Store Made Observe Noticed – Important Abilities in Woodworking

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On this woodworking abilities video we construct a diy store made observe noticed for our round noticed. A diy easy observe noticed is a straightforward, low cost and cheap approach to make a should have store jig. Thanks for watching! Please like, remark and subscribe. Cheers!
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Katz-Moses Woodworking Shop says:

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Bruce A. Ulrich says:

I never thought about the bench hook being used when you only have one line. Good idea!

Mark Armstrong says:

Good job and great idea with the bench hook

CementRoots says:

@Katz-Moses Woodworking Shop

this is my "about" $20 solution …. I disassembled a $13 Harbor Freight 50" clamping straight edge (58" after its taken apart) and used a $6 piece of 1/8" aluminum plate…. and scrap plastic (can use hardwood) and some scrap 1/2" MDF and any 1/2" plywood or whatever…. this can still cut up to 1" sheet goods…. this makes it an impossibility to go off track!!!….. ignore the other MDF under the setup, its not part of the track system….. photo link below

http://c1.staticflickr.com/5/4864/44311370700_dd5575036b_h.jpg

oh and a 7 1/4" – 2 1/2 HP B&D saw I found in my neighbors trash 20yrs ago (he had cut the cord …LOL)

why anyone would pay the prices for that festard crap is beyond me…. being a woodworker, means you are a tinkerer, a combler so common sense says making, not buying stuff like this should be second nature…. more money than brains continues to prosper…

Stanley Shostak says:

I like your holster on your apron for your 6” sliding square. Is that something you did yourself? Reminds me of Jessie at the Samuri Carpenter. He has a neat shop apron/vest/tool holder.

Colin Hawkins says:

Solid tips, as always. I know you're generally not reviewing tools on here, but how do you like that little Makita circ saw? Right now my circular saw is a super old craftsman that is massive, heavy, and underpowered. I don't know that I care about the replacement for it being cordless, but I'm not opposed either (unless it makes it significantly more $$.) Looking for suggestions for a good saw for a weekend woodworker and general DIY homeowner. Thanks!

Hudson says:

Too bad ive banned social media other than YouTube… would like to win

Jason Thomas says:

I must be doing something wrong, have tried to make a few of these in the past. But seems no matte how hard I press against the "fence" mysaw wants to wander or drift away from the "track"

Dan Prudlow says:

I have a video on this too. I actually used hardboard so it wouldn’t weigh as much and I keep as much depth of cut as possible. It’s a really cheap way to make straight cuts. Much safer than wrangling big sheets of plywood on the table saw. Thanks for sharing your version. 👍🏻

Le PicBois says:

Really cool! 🙂

Clyde Decker says:

Comments not gripes: I have to use styrofoam sheets (2" minimum) on the garage floor and clamping is MUCH more complicated. This type of jig was the FIRST thing I built when starting out so I could break down plywood/MDF sheets to build my shop. BEST thing to do is MAKE SURE you have clearance for the motor (I didn't on my first one!) and the clamps can have the long end UP. Everything else makes cuts spot on! Oh and the HOOK is a great thing but make sure BOTH ends are clamped.

Joe Basement Woodworking & DIY says:

Good stuff John !

Hungarian Barbarian says:

Thought I was done with my home made tracks, clicked on this cause your vids are well done and it's still cold in the shop. Now I have to go out and add cleats to my tracks. Great idea, thank you.

Blake Weber says:

I’ve been meaning to build one of these for YEARS. I like the simplicity of this one. Great video!

Brian Boccia says:

Would it work to rabbet the fence so that the circ saw’s foot rides in it to help avoid tipping? Or would that create more of a binding risk to be worth it?

Joseph Wise says:

What do u think about the Kreg Accucut

Gary Griffitts says:

One reason I hated using circular saws, I could not cut straight. I finally made one of these and its great. And you can make them to any length most times with cut off scraps of plywood left over.

Mahendra Tiwari says:

Katz, thanks 😊our poor mans tracksaw👌

fcschoenthal says:

I like the idea of the stop board, first time I've seen it. Wouldn't the edge that you're butting up against have to be square to the other corner for the cut side to be parallel to the other?

Bryan O'Mahony says:

Great video as usual. I don't understand why this channel doesn't have 250k subs. One of the most informative channels out there.

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