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Complete Table Saw Book, Revised Edition

Step-by-Step Illustrated Guide to Essential Table Saw Skills, Techniques, Tools and Tips

Complete Table Saw Book, Revised Edition
Chris Marshall Edited by
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6/21/2021 12:00:00 AM
Fox Chapel Publishing

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8.3 X 11.0 in
280 pg

HOUSE & HOME / Power Tools
HOUSE & HOME / Do-It-Yourself / Carpentry
HOUSE & HOME / General


This complete guide features essential and up-to-date information needed to set up and tune your table saw and expand your table saw skill set. Featuring all the most critical table saw techniques, from selecting and truing blades to mastering basic to advanced cuts and more, this must-have manual will equip you with all the necessary skills you need to successfully and safely use your table saw. Also included in this revised edition is exclusive information on new SawStop technology. With step-by-step instructions and detailed diagrams, complete nine custom table saw projects to put your learned techniques and skills to use. 


If you’re in need of a single book that presents the most important information on how to buy, maintain and use a table saw, this volume is the essential reference. Larry Okrend, woodworker and author of Handmade Woodworking Projects for the Kitchen

Chris Marshall does an outstanding job of updating this classic tablesaw book, leaving no stone unturned.Ron Goldman, editor, Woodworker West Magazine

Author Bio

Chris Marshall is the author of hundreds of woodworking and home improvement magazine articles, as well as several books, including Craftsman Furniture Projects, Black & Decker Carpentry & Home Series, and many others. He has been the Senior Editor at Woodworker’s Journal Magazine for more than a decade and is also well-known in the woodworking industry as a key content creator for Woodworker's Journal videos on their YouTube channel. A renowned woodworker, instructor, product reviewer and writer, he currently lives with his family in Virginia where his woodworking shop window overlooks the Blue Ridge Mountains.