Published at Friday, August 10th, 2018 - 05:36:16 AM. . By Saoirse Dickerson.
Next is feather board. It keeps the wood against the fence. Springs made from wood are used. Magnets, expansion bars, clamps are used to held them in place. Hold down is also attached to fence with the help of magnets. Sub fence is also available. Miter gauge comes next. From front to back one or two grooves will be running in the table. These are called miter slots and they help in guiding the crosscut sled. Crosscut sled allows catching or holding the work piece at 90 degrees to blade. Tenon jig helps to vertically hold the work piece and the cuts may be done across the end. Tenons are formed here.
Back in 7th grade, it was a coat rack you started with. Nothing fancy, just made with some dowels and a shaped piece of wood to sink them into. After it was all glued, sanded and stained, it looked pretty good. After that it was a napkin holder that actually turned out good enough that your Mom put it out on the table at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and made sure to tell all the relatives who made it. (“Awww Mom!”)
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