Turning Rounds on the Table Saw
By: Phil Huber
You can easily turn round work pieces on a lathe. However, not every woodworker owns a lathe, but that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck. One solution is to use the table saw and a jig to make the round parts. The jig attaches to the miter gauge and positions an octagonal blank above a dado blade. As you rotate the blank, the dado blade cuts the blank into a round shape.
Published: Feb., 6 2020
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