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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-22-2016, 07:54 PM Thread Starter
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If only new layers hadn't been added....

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I have seen a lot of his videos. I think A LOT of his videos, like that one, are to dangerous to risk trying!
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I gotta try that,pretty cool, thanks for posting ,Stick. Thats better than I can do on my lathe. What lathe, I don;t have a lathe.LOL

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Saw this one recently and I had to wonder why he wouldn't use the appropriate tool for the job.

Surely there is sideways pressure on that saw blade which shouldn't be there.

I'll stick to a lathe thank you.

But thanks for the post anyway Stick.

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Saw this one recently and I had to wonder why he wouldn't use the appropriate tool for the job.

Surely there is sideways pressure on that saw blade which shouldn't be there.

I'll stick to a lathe thank you.

But thanks for the post anyway Stick.
no doubt but there a lot of moldings, chair seats and rounds don successfully al the time..

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no doubt but there a lot of moldings, chair seats and rounds don successfully al the time..
Stick, the moulding head cutters are facing in the proper direction on a table saw.

Chair seats only require a very small bite taken out at a time. There's a good YT video on this out there somewhere.

But this guy is taking all the waste off in a single pass. I think that's just too much.

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Stick, the moulding head cutters are facing in the proper direction on a table saw.

Chair seats only require a very small bite taken out at a time. There's a good YT video on this out there somewhere.

But this guy is taking all the waste off in a single pass. I think that's just too much.
I was referring to coves...

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Stick, the moulding head cutters are facing in the proper direction on a table saw.

Chair seats only require a very small bite taken out at a time. There's a good YT video on this out there somewhere.

But this guy is taking all the waste off in a single pass. I think that's just too much.
I thought he was taking a small amount at a time. The way he has the guides along the blade set up,only the top of the teeth are exposed, thus the block won't go any deeper than that. I have done the chair seats like Mario Rodreguez and the blades don't mind the side pressure. I know several craftsman that do crown molding on the table saw with the diagonal cutting jig too.
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You beat me to it, Stick.

I think that is a cool jig he made.
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Izzy Swan is quite creative with many of his "off the wall" designs, but he's not necessarily the safest woodworker on the planet. He's far from it, but he has some great ideas. You just have to take his ideas and then modify them to improve the level of safety of his ideas before applying them in your own shop. He's an incredibly creative guy, and I admire this level of creative thought that he has, but I wouldn't do some of what he demonstrates in his videos without coming up with some safety improvements for them. He is crazy creative though.


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I was referring to coves...

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