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  1. WeekendMiniaturist

    Table Saw Options

    www.byrnesmodelmachines.com Does anyone own any equipment made by Jim Brynes? Since Karin mentioned Byrnes I looked it up. My complaints about my preac and micro-mark saws are that the tables are too small. So depending on the width of the lumber, you have to think about which saw to use. I have never heard of byrnes model machines, so what other table saw options am I missing? I like both of these saws, I thought when I purchased my preac that I would sell my micro mark., but I discovered that I had to keep my micro mark saw because of the tilting arbor and the ease of adjusting the
  2. Catherine Soubzmaigne

    Table saw : A little tip on my way...

    I was looking for something to push down and forward a piece of wood through the table saw and the only thing that was available on my table was a pencil with a rubber at the end : it is great as the rubber really holds on to the wood ( of course, that is if the width of the piece you want to cut is a bit wider that the pencil or else, you might ruin it but who cares for a pencil...)
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