The Table Saw Book

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1988 - House & Home - 342 pages
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Presents a complete picture of the table saw's capabilities and provides practical, creative instructions in its use that will be valuable to beginning and experienced woodworkers

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The table saw has long been the basic power tool in woodworking shops, and now small models are becoming popular in home workshops. These saws can be used for cross-cutting, ripping, mitering ... Read full review

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Maybe getting a bit long in the tooth, and missing a lot of the latest gidgets, this is still a classic text. Read full review


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