Impossible Table Saw Turning | How to Video

Impossible Table Saw Turning | How to Video
How to create a shallow spiral spindle with a table Saw would have been a better title but “when you play the game ya got to learn to play It right” In this woodworking video i build a jig and that cuts coves in the round. This creates a cool pattern with lots of potential for other projects.

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I produce 2-3 videos every week covering shop tips and tricks, money-saving hacks, inventions, and woodworking projects. Some projects are simple, some are complex, and some are really weird – or just fun. Experimentation and playfulness are important, and woodworking should never feel like a chore.

A lot of my projects are designed to make your workshop more efficient, so I have plans for a lot of woodworking jigs and shop-built tools. I’ve made a lot of drill-powered machines, from a band saw to a lathe to a fully automatic slingshot crossbow to a t-shirt folder. My creations run the gamut from practical must-have shop tools to ridiculously fun family projects and everything in between.

Impossible Table Saw Turning | How to Video

14 thoughts on “Impossible Table Saw Turning | How to Video”

  1. your jigs are so creative and all the complex projects I see from your intro has earned you a sub!

  2. Neat Project. What is the tool that you are using to drive the bolt at 2:25 min? It looks like a drill driven ratchet. Where did you get it? Thanks for posting.

  3. Is it the an optical illusion or maybe my eyes need to be re-calibrated but it doesn't look even! Like the flutes are not evenly spaced. I saw a furniture maker use the same kind of jig but with a router many years ago. I guess minds like this come around now and then, but not often enough.

  4. How is the angle changing when you push it ? it's clearly not linear. Looks like it's something like the tan function around 0. The series expansion of tan(x) is x + x^3/3 + 2x^5/15 + O(x^7) so I guess it's close enough to x…

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