Woodmaster Pete: some nice points and well thought out planning John. What about that fence, did you make it?
rocky dullei: buy new for $250 to $600 good one, save your time.
Jozef Soemotinojo: Thank You, Very handy !
Emile Jr. Manigat: That is so clever made ! Wonderful !
Enio RODRIGUES DO NASCIMENTO: Congratulations for great ideas that brings always here for us !!
Killer Watts: Very Nice, going to take apart an old one I have and rebuild it this Spring.
MrAnomilus: Very well done!
DawgYankee: What an awesome build!! The sliding table and its fence are great ideas...This is a better looking piece of equipment than most of the tables saws I've seen being sold in stores costing probably much more than what it cost you.. Can you share approximately how much $$$ you have in this build including the saw? Thanks for a very well done and informative video. Subscribed, btw.
eddiecarlcalhoun: That's a really nice build,,,
ginganz13: I notice the measurement are all in inches - could you make a metric version? :-)
bob Last: Very nice.
Robert Matter: Ingenious work !
Jorge Monroy: I have reviewed your website has very good information, I'll take the time to go cataloging what is useful to me, or almost every friend. Thank you. I want to make my table saw, etc etc
Didin Rukmana: Thank you !
virustwin: i love it! one of the best homemade table saws i've seen hands down
no noi: y this is good
InformationIsTheEdge: I would like to know how you poured that concrete table top. Did you make a form? I get that it was poured upside down but how? Did you need to machine the surface flat after, it looks quite smooth. Do you have any video of that? For the record, I totally DIG your videos. Something quite transfixing about the methodical manner you work. Thanks for the great videos!
Dominik Schrattenholzer: Meine schießt 13/14 Block und ist viel kleiner NitramBoys: u talk way to much in the outros and intros octopusievideos: This was my faviorite show growing up... man i miss the 2000s Rini Siskawati: OptimusPrime Dizzie Lizzie: I think what i love best about watching Nadia is that she makes it look like she isn't even trying she was always so graceful that she made gymnastics look like walking, if only LOL vinceocratic: If the TDZE is 13' why did you set 100'? Are you using a rule of thumb for setting TDZE? Also, What's with the discrepancy in the usage of FAF symbology for precision and non-precision approaches? By definition I just read that the Maltese cross is the FAF symbol for non-precision approaches and the lightning-arrow symbol is the FAF symbol for precision approaches. In the plate that you're briefing the FAF symbology implies that it's a non-precision approach. Can you shed some light on this? luffymouad: C'est surtout qu'elle est en anglais...Meme si c'est pas un probleme