|October 5, 2006|
Phil Huber, associate editor for Woodsmith and ShopNotes, bought a small bungalow when he and his family moved to Des Moines a couple of years ago. One of the first things he did was purchase a table saw to use in his basement shop. While living in Chicago, Phil used the table saw in his dad’s home work shop.
"I’d never set up a saw from scratch by myself, so I did a lot of research and took my time doing it right," Phil explained to me. "That way, I knew I wasn’t going to have any problems once I got started ripping and crosscutting on my new saw. I’ve built a lot of projects using that saw and so far it’s still producing good clean cuts."
Phil is giving the Table Saw Fundamentals: Ripping and Crosscutting seminar at the Woodsmith Store this Thursday evening.