By Gary Rogowski
How you can make each sensible woodworking joint in each real way with the step by step photograph essays during this ebook. expert furnishings maker and fantastic Woodworking contributing editor Gary Rogowski covers all of it -- from general options to diversifications -- during this whole visible connection with joinery.
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Cut finger joints on the bandsaw equipped with a fence and stop block. 32 Machines blade guards supplied by the saw’s manufacturer and always use hearing and eye protection. The bandsaw is capable of many joinery cuts when equipped with a sharp blade and true-running wheels and tires. Use a wider blade with fewer teeth per inch (tpi) for joinery rip cuts. A 1/2-in. 3-tpi or 4-tpi blade is excellent for cutting out tenons or finger joints. For smoother surfaces, use a 6-tpi blade, but slow down the feed rate.
Pull the work to feed it past the blade. • Never feed a board with a hand on the ing the work into it. Keep your head outfeed side of the cut. If the board and body just to the left of the blade, kicks back, your hand will go along for out of the path of kickback. the ride. • Keep the blade sharp. Don’t force the work past a dull blade. • Move the work at a moderate feed rate past the blade. If the work starts to ride up on the blade, hold it firmly in place • When using a dado blade, use a slower feed rate and greater caution.
Better designs give a more flat-bottomed cut, which will save you time in cleanup. Chippers can now be four toothed rather SAWBLADES Alternate-Top Bevel Alternate Top Bevel Flat Grind Flat Grind Hook angle, 10˚ to 15˚ Hook angle, 15˚ to 20˚ This blade, with 48 to 80 teeth, is recommended for crosscutting. Combination Combination Raker tooth This blade, with 10 to 24 teeth, is recommended for ripping. All other teeth This blade, with 40 to 60 teeth, is recommended for all cutting. The hook angle is between 10˚and15˚.