In my beginning years as a home builder, the man i worked for bought me a stair jig, we built 3 to 4,000 sq ft. homes in ct. i became the stair man , when the rest of the crew would move on to the next home to be built, i would stay and build the stairs . i use to do it with a square and brass knocks, as we called it, mark them all out and i then would make a bunch of cuts , within the marks i made, with a skill saw and then chisel all the meterial out, long process to say.. then my boss…Continue
If you followed my posts in the beginners forum, you can follow my progress from unboxing to cutting wood. This saw peformes beyond my expectations. Does everything I ask of it. The best tablesaw for the money. Peforms on par with saws costing 400-500.00 more. Would recommend to all. If you have any questions on setting up or use, feel free to post to me and I will answer all.
I just purchased a dust deputy the DIY version and put together . The only thing you get is the plastic cyclone top part. You need 6, 1/4 twenty thread bolts 3/4 inch long and I used about a 6 inch square piece of 1/4 inch thick styrofoam for a gasgut. I bought a 5 gallen bucket with a lid and cut a 3 inch hole in the center of the lid and centered the dust deputy over the 3 inch hole. I used the dust deputy to trace the location of the holes. Then I taped the styrofoam over and…Continue