Table Saw

A table saw or sawbench is a woodworking tool consisting of a circular saw blade, mounted on an arbor, that is driven by an electric motor (either directly, by belt, or by gears). The blade protrudes through the surface of a table, which provides support for the material, usually wood, being cut.

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A table saw or sawbench is a woodworking tool consisting of a circular saw blade, mounted on an arbor, that is driven by anelectric motor (either directly, by belt, or by gears). The blade protrudes through the surface of a table, which provides support for the material, usually wood, being cut.

 

In a modern table saw, the depth of the cut is varied by moving the blade up and down: the higher the blade protrudes above the table, the deeper the cut that is made in the material. In some early table saws, the blade and arbor were fixed, and the table was moved up and down to expose more or less of the blade. The angle of cut is controlled by adjusting the angle of blade. Some earlier saws angled the table to control the cut angle.

 

Operating The Table Saw:

1. Make sure guards are in place before turning on saw. Turn on saw. Push stock through saw slowly.

2. Keep blade area clear. Keep fingers a safe distance from  blade.

3. Keep stock flat on worktable while cutting. Do not lift stock while  feeding it through machine.

4. Don’t reach over blade while in motion. Keep  hands and fingers out of the path of the cut and safe distance from the  blade.

5. Do not stand in line with the blade while saw is operating. Stand  to the left or right of the blade. Keep area behind saw clear while in operation in case of kick back.

6. Only cut stock that lies flat on the table. Prep stock before

cutting or use a holding device.

7. Use a push stick when ripping wood or when cutting stock that is smaller than hands width.

8. Feed stock only as fast as the saw will cut freely, Do not force feed the stock


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