Janette Harvey Table November 17th, 2018 - 07:17:41
I'm making my round end table it's for the same person who I made the other side of this before here's just the rough why would from the store. I usually give myself an extra inch or so because we can see where they cut it. It's very torn up. So I like to be able to cut that part off, but I can't get into my car unless it's cut at least once these parts are all going to be cut, to make the circles of the end table as you'll see you later. I can't do much about it. I'm just doing the best with what I got, I'm putting tape on now because that's an old blade that I have in there and it's hit a nail at least once, but I really love this plywood.
It's a 3/4 inch, birch teardrop pure bond very few voids. I hit like maybe one void through the whole thing and it probably would have cut just fine, even without the tape, but I didn't want to take any chances. This is probably not something you should do and I probably what could have opened the garage door to make it easier on myself, but then my dog gets out and I don't wanna deal with it. So I just wrestled it onto the table. Saw I didn't want to use my circular saw either because if I dropped it once and it doesn't really track very well anymore.
So it's always much better. For me to use a table saw gets me better straight. Your cut still making some circles. I believe I needed six circles different, all different sizes, not all different sizes, but I think there were three different sizes, but unless those circles - and I made a circle - cutting jig from a handsaw, but it kept sticking - and I didn't want to mess with it anymore - I was trying to slide it in. I couldn't get it to go straight and then I can't seem to get as much tension as I need on this handsaw, either as a whole story behind fixing it and everything but just doesn't seem the tension very much. So it was just easier for me and faster to do it freehand and down through. I did that with all six circles - Oh bleep, and now I have a new blade, but I still use a tape and I didn't need to with the new blade.