In today’s video we are looking at two table saws, a portable Dewalt and a stationary Saw Stop cabinet saw. We will look at their similarities and differences, and then cover 4 VERY IMPORTANT safety tips for preventing kickback… which is the #1 safety concern while using table saws.
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My name is Josh Fedorka, and I’m the founder of Training Hands Academy™. I have been a carpenter and woodworker for over 25 years. I have also held certifications in home energy auditing and have built several LEED certified homes in New England.
God has gifted me with many “hands on” skills and it is my calling and purpose to share those skills by teaching others. Whether it is to seek a career in carpentry, become a general contractor or improve one’s DIY skills and knowledge, the motivation behind THA is to help others successfully learn how to work with their hands.
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