Since we've been discussing the various possibilities of delivering Teflon
and wax to the inner workings of cabinet saws, and have pretty well covered
that subject, I've become aware that I know less than I'm comfortable with
regarding maintaining 'the center of my woodworking shop'.
Cleaning and sharpening blades I understand.
Cleaning and waxing the table has been covered pretty completely.
Alignment issues have been pretty well thrashed and trashed.
Cleaning out what the DC doesn't get from underneath seems pretty straight
What else needs to be considered, and how frequently? (Miles and/or
I've got a LT Uni, new two years ago, in a hobbyist shop. I run it three
or four sessions a week. Maybe an hour, total time...