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I have always admired anyone who can take a lump of wood and make something useful and beautiful.
My quest recently started when I noticed my wife's plastic recipe box has broken hinges. When I told her she replied 'a new recipe box is the only thing I have asked you for the last 3 Christmases".
Well now I am hopeful to build her a dovetailed beautiful recipe box to make up for my lapse of hearing.
I have a ChestMate dovetail jig, an old Craftsman router that router collettes will not attach to, and an old Craftsman 113.241691 flex drive table saw without a blade guard.
The table saw was a gift but I am thinking of parting it out and buying some full featured new version that will be more reliable, accurate and SAFER.
Tight budgeted but determined. I look forward to leaning on the collective experience and wisdom here.
Thank you,
Bob
 

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Greetings Bob and welcome to the router forum. Thank you for joining us.
 

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Hi there and welcome to the RouterForums Bob.
 

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... an old Craftsman 113.241691 flex drive table saw without a blade guard.
Bob
I also have a flex drive table saw. It's a 113.241680. I added a Delta T2 fence, a dust collection bag, and wheels. It works great. The secret is making sure your blades are sharp.
 
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