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Pamela Anders
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Tapered Table Legs
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First of all, thank you for the add!In my lifetime, I've built from scratch: a play structure, two patio covers, a large deck, and a couple of sheds.  The only power tools I've ever owned are a…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Mar 4.

 

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Scott replied to Pamela Anders's discussion 'Tapered Table Legs'
"Welcome to world of wood-working, where $$'s usually have a 1 way relationship with your wallet! :) As a new table saw owner, the first thing I recommend is to devise an out-feed table/platform. Control and support the cut, all the way…"
Mar 4
Anthony Saba replied to Pamela Anders's discussion 'Tapered Table Legs'
"I don't see why you can't use an extra piece of stock the same thickness as your project stock, space it alongside or attach it to your project stock with double sided tape, thus creating a footprint wide enough to support your accu-cut,…"
Jan 12
Glen S replied to Pamela Anders's discussion 'Tapered Table Legs'
"Definitely the bandsaw. Ask around. Woodworkers are a gracious bunch & I'm sure you can find someone to help you."
Jan 2
justin waldron replied to Pamela Anders's discussion 'Tapered Table Legs'
"No problem, a bandsaw would have worked too.  Thought about that last night. Welcome to woodworking!  Money and tools!! "
Jan 1
Pamela Anders replied to Pamela Anders's discussion 'Tapered Table Legs'
"That makes senses, thanks. I ended up purchasing a table saw, which led to purchasing a whole bunch of other stuff.  The money is just flying out of my wallet!  :-D Pam"
Dec 31
justin waldron replied to Pamela Anders's discussion 'Tapered Table Legs'
"There are a few thing that come to mind, the first being safety, I own a track saw, but there isn't enough support with a 4x4 to keep the track stable, you could maybe put them side by side, you won't make that cut in one pass with a…"
Dec 30, 2017
Pamela Anders posted a discussion

Tapered Table Legs

First of all, thank you for the add!In my lifetime, I've built from scratch: a play structure, two patio covers, a large deck, and a couple of sheds.  The only power tools I've ever owned are a circular saw and a drill. I rented a few tools when I built the deck.Now I want to try my hand at building a dining room table.  I found a couple of plans that I like, but they call for tapered 4x4 legs.  This is something that I have never done before.Can it be done with a circular saw using the Kreg…See More
Dec 27, 2017

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