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Balancing Out Cutting Tools for Woodworking

Posted: 03/12/2012 7:08AM

Cutting tools can become unbalanced due to factors such as, improper servicing, machine crashes, damage from grinding wheels, and excessive tool wear.


3 Tips to Avoid Table Saw Kickback

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3 Tips to Avoid Table Saw Kickback


Calculating Finish Rates of Feed for Wood Materials

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The finish of the material is dependent upon the feed and speed of the machine. No matter how good the quality of the cutting tool, if you are using the incorrect speed and feed, then the cutting tool will fail. Signs of incorrect feed and speed rates include burning and high heat, causing the knives to dull quickly. 


Tips to Extend Tool Life and Raise Productivity

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Tips to Extend Tool Life and Raise Productivity




In-house Tool Grinding Saves Restoration Company Time, Money

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Restoration & Preservation Enterprises moved production of moulder profile tools in-house for its historic projects.


How aggregate heads can improve the productivity of a CNC machine

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Do your production floor employees struggle with moving work from one machine to another? Do they have to re-position workpieces on the machine? Is your CNC machine unable to perform specific criteria, which causes you to turn down business? Tooling specialist Chris Kelly describes how aggregate heads can provide solutions to these challenges.


Router bits: How to fix common problems

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Even with a high-quality router bit, proper material selection and careful handling and storage, router bit problems can arise. Here are some ways to fix 6 common problems.


Tips for Keeping Saw Blades Sharp

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Three things to know if you want to keep your saw blades sharp.


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