matias fernandez: i cringed everytime you marked stuff with the caliper. by the way your work is absolutly fantastic
Abraham Shiloni: your new tool is very sofisticated for me....its possible to buy one of your "innovation"?
billybobjoe198: For the stops, wouldn't it be slightly better to put a T nut on the back and put a bolt with a jam nut on it poking totally through? The bolt head and jam nut on the back side of the jig, for easier access. Downside would be needing wrenches. Upside would be Not needing to stick a screw driver through that hole to adjust it.
a.maheswara rao: what instrument you used to measure the horizontal between guage and blade
73 SUPERGLIDE: nice one MATT
Les Portes du Temps: Waow ! Greaeaeaeaeat idea !! Thnks for sharing it ! You have to be n engineer !! ;) Phil (from Belgium)
David Stafford: I appreciate your realistic approach to kickback
Chris P: Wow you sure go all out when you build a Jig!!!
guy .POPEY451: Why did not you make two guides for the ferry? There would be more stability
Samsung J1: t
skendo2: You are genius! As always nice video.
Vicente Pagès Beltrán: vicente Pagés. Megustan tus prototipos y los voy siguiendo sipuedo seguir pero los voy siguiendopero sin los planos son muy difíciles de cuadrar . muchas gracias.
Reginaldo Martins: bem interessante !
Düg: in regards to the internal stresses, whether to pull back or to push through on a table saw. I've found that most of the time if I try to push through It will become harder to push the longer the piece is and will start to pull away from the fence and will be really hard. I always pull back or just shut the saw off if I don't feel comfortable to pull back. I hold the piece very still while doing so. Never had a piece kick back yet but I've come really close a couple times. stay safe
graham wellington: Good morning. I notice you use both a planer and a joiner. I am new to this and was wondering if you could just shed some light with respect to the difference between these two tools. Another great video. It's amazing how build with wood, and yet maintain the ability to be precise with the output work.
Koman: Great! I admire the you!
jaime barrientos: excelente felicitaciones maestro, un saludo desde Chile
James Genovese: Where can I get a copy of the plans?
Paulino Guevara Rocha: gracias Paulino de México saludos felicitaciones está muy bien..