ON TODAY'S SHOW
Welcome to Episode #052. Tonight we are going to talk about table sag and table saw burn.
WHAT'S GOING ON IN OUR SHOP?
Drew - Multiple Join It's and an epoxy cross callobration
Jeremy - Just got done installing the new garage door opener.
Sam - Lots and lots of signs - prepping for the Lion's Club Fair in Montauk
Hello Jeremy, Drew, and Sam,
Thank you for answering my question, i just have a little kickback from your answer to my question with the sawmill. The issue that I had with the price increase was that the milling had been included in the initial quote. Again I could understand a slight increase due to waste but their prices as posted for milling were per linear foot, not board foot so I thought the milling cost should have remained the same. Also, I wouldn't have had a problem if the wood was superior to a big box store but two of the boards were gouged from the planer periodically down the length, and two of the boards looked as if they were milled for someone else's order a while ago (they had a different name and date on them) and had significant twist. But all in all my question was if $120.00 was a reasonable price to surface and rip one edge straight.
As to the blades, essentially I took Drews approach and my grandfather said "they still get the job done" and told me to return the blades.
Just another quick question, my mom has a round kitchen table that she bought that is very unstable when the leaf is put in. The legs are fine but the top seems to need to be braced. The legs come into a single column that looks like it is screwed to the center of some plywood that is then attached to the apron, do you have any ideas for stabilizing the top or on a different way for the top to be attached.
Thanks for everything and Sam you will be missed but I look forward to the shows to come.
How do you eliminate burn with the table saw?
Sam has some rather sad news, she will be leaving the podcast at the end of the month because she took a promotion with her job which will require her to work at nights. She will not be gone forever and she will be back soon enough, at least for a visit.
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