Fine Tuning Your Radial Arm Saw is considered the definitive authority on using radial arm saws to th of an inch precision and dead square. The entire book. Just about everybody who restores DeWalts has read Wally’s book and also a later work by Jon. Eakes on fine tuning a radial arm saw. Both books are excellent. The print edition sold out at LeeValley tools but an electronic edition is still available from Jon Eakes’ web site: saws.

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Fine Tuning Your Radial Arm Saw is considered the definitive authority on using radial arm saws to th of an inch precision and dead square. The entire book is on how to line up the saw and use it precisely. This is a “heritage” book converted to electronic pdf format that will help you to keep your “heritage” saw working as good as the day your bought it. It details DeWalt, Craftsman and Rockwell radial arm saws.

Fine Tuning Your Radial Arm Saw

I often have trouble recommending one brand name over others where there are a lot of good choices on the shelves. In addition tools, products and services are changing constantly and what might have been the best a while ago may still be valid but not the “best” today.


There are times however when something is quite unique or something simply stands out; then I like to tell you about it, even where to get it. Remember that the radlal buy” and the “best product” are not always the same thing.

Fine Tuning Your Radial Arm Saw : Jon Eakes :

Some may consider a Ferrari the “best” car around, while for others it is not in their budget, hence not the “best buy” for them.

In addition everything is relative and sometimes a disposable paint brush is the right brush for the job, radixl than one of those perfect but expensive professional brushes. So this section of the web site will lead you to those things that I like enough to promote.

Sometimes I get paid for endorsing products; sometimes I endorse products to help a small company get started; sometimes I promote products just because I think you need to know that it exists. I will try to be open and daw in these pages and I invite you to let me know if you know about similar products that are as good as or better than the ones that I list here.

Tools I like — here is a random listing of tools that I think are particularly nifty, or that you may not know exist. Smart Shopping Montreal — In this book, Sandra Phillips locates shopping bargins and nich stores but most interesting radia, me is the Repairman section where she has located people who fix things that would otherwise get thrown away.


Let’s Talk Wood: Fine tuning your Radial Arm Saw (Part one)

Flood Alarm — The alarm for filling your bathtub without worry about flooding. Pan Fan air filter for toilets — the smell filter that really works. A code effort to require labeling bearing walls. An Underwater Glue that really works.

The best of the no-slip under-soles for walking on ice. A Weatherstripped Mail Slot — The most weather resistant and secure mail slot you can buy – it is called the Draft Dodger.

Mainline Backflow Valve — to prevent sewer back-ups in basements. Bio-Barrier — a geotextile that provides almost permanent tree root control without damaging the tree. No-Spill Gasoline Cans — Portable gas cans with an automatic fill shut off valve that prevents overfill just like at the gas station.