1. Doug
    December 1, 2017 @ 10:22 pm

    Another great video, thanks! I love the items on the shopping list.


  2. LES
    December 7, 2017 @ 1:34 pm

    Hi Steve… SAFTY TIP****
    I had just watched your video on ‘miter saws’.
    I got my first big power tool 45 years ago. A Craftsman 10 in. Radial Arm Saw. It was awesome.
    A good friend of mine gave me a very good SAFETY Tip……
    When holding a piece of wood on the saw…Keep Your Left THUMB tucked under your hand and use the back of your hand to hold down the work piece. I have seen many videos where woodworkers have their thumb sticking out, just waiting to get zipped off. This actually makes me nervous.
    It takes a bit of practice but it will soon become habit.
    I apply this technique whenever possible. IE. miter saws, drill press’s, hand drills, table saws, and the list goes on.
    I hope you receive this and do share it. I enjoy your videos when I happen to catch them. I don’t subscribe to any sites do to a lack of time.
    FYI…I am a journeyman electrician (47 yrs). I weld, and do machining also. I’ve learnt..Safety First..THINK!
    Thanks for Your time…..Les


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    December 11, 2017 @ 3:35 am

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  4. David Thompson
    February 15, 2018 @ 7:35 pm

    Mr. Ramsey, thanks for the tip on the rubber gloves. I bought a box and have used these for a while now.

    In addition to protecting my hands, I also put one on a magnifier I have, keep the glass clean.

    I also cut the fingers off the gloves when I change the saw blade in my table saw, the opening is narrow on my table saw, using the gloves keeps my hands from gets sores (I’m an old guy).

    Again, thanks for your tip.

    David Thompson


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