I'm referring to the extra dado sets/blades to replace the ones
destroyed by trips. Don't really need those for my current saw.
My shop is 240 sq ft with:
tablesaw with router table
radial arm saw mounted in 16' work table
1' belt sander
wall storage cabinets full to the brim
All tools except the RAS are on mobile bases so as to expand into the
rest of the gar^H^H^Hshop when the truck and van are moved out (HOA
won't allow them to live outside permanently). Not sure there is room
for a ham and cheese sandwich.
"Socialism is a philosophy of failure,the creed of ignorance, and the
gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery"
On Wed, 01 Feb 2012 09:42:10 -0700, Doug Winterburn
I thought my shop was small at 560 sq. ft with about the same tools
except 2 bandsaws and a lathe. Got so I couldn't get anything done
without a clean up which always consisted of building more storage. I
just added 360 sq. ft. and am looking forward to rearranging
I think that because you don't do through cuts with a dado I think I
would not worry too much about tripping that one. But still if you do
trip it it is a pretty good chance it actually saved you a log of money
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