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In this week’s video I will attempt to demystify Riving Knives. They are NOT one size fits all. It is very important to pay attention to the type of riving knife a manufacturer puts in a table saw and the factory blade that comes with it. If you think you’ll be able to swap blades easily, this video will be an eye opener for you. I compare my riving knife against three different blades, and run a kerf test to demonstrate how the riving knife will perform with each blade. The kerf test doesn’t lie. In this video I am only presenting the facts. What you do with your tools is your business.
DO NOT REMOVE YOUR RIVING KNIFE! USE A BLADE THAT IS DESIGNED TO WORK WITH YOUR TABLE SAW AND ALWAYS FOLLOW THE SAFETY GUIDE PROVIDED IN YOUR USER MANUAL.
DISCLAIMER: My videos are for entertainment purposes only. Do not attempt to do anything that is shown in my videos. Woodworking and Metal Working are very dangerous activities and should only be performed by trained professionals.
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