Out of an abundance of caution regarding the COVID-19 epidemic, the Dallas Makerspace closed on March 18 2020 and will remain closed until further notice.

When Sun Nov 10 4:30pm — 6pm
Where Woodworking Workshop
1825 Monetary Ln #104 Carrollton, TX 75006
What Table saws can do more than simple rips and crosscuts! Come find out how!
Host Mark Salas


  • Cost: Paid through Eventbrite
  • Eventbrite Registration: Complete required third party registration
  • Considerations: This event's required fee is not processed through the DMS payment system and is completed through the host's Eventbrite account. Due to this, the host is responsible for any refunds that may be needed for this event.
  • Restrictions:
    • Attendees require approval from the event host
    • Ages 18+

Cancellations for this event must be made before November 10, 2019 — 4:30pm.

Registration for the event is closed.

About this Event

The discount code for DMS members to receive 50% the price of this course can be found at:
Take your woodworking to the next level with the Advanced Table Saw Techniques class from CarpentryCorner.net!
In this class, you will learn many different techniques that can be used on the table saw to take your woodworking to the next level! Rips and cross-cuts are the main use for a table saw, but did you know that you can use it to cut a perfect circle? How about cove moulding and trim? There are a variety of techniques that can be utilized on this tool to give your finished project some serious professional flair!
This will primarily be a demonstration course that does not include a "take-away" project, but you will take away invaluable knowledge about one of the most versatile tools in the woodshop. Students will have multiple opportunities for hands on experience, and any and all questions pertaining to the subject matter will be answered during this course.
Techniques we will cover:
Sleds, jigs and fixtures
Correct use of a cross-cut sled
Steep angles
Super thin rip cuts
Box Joints
Upon completion of this course, you should have an understanding of the purpose of these operations and the technique required to create them.
You must have completed a basic woodworking course at the host makerspace to attend this event.
The Eventbrite link to purchase tickets for this course is:

Special Considerations and Warnings

All activities are done at your own risk!
Instructors assume no liability for injuries or damages incurred by the students or bystanders.

Appropriate eye protection will be provided and must be worn at all times.
Appropriate work attire is required including:
Long pants/jeans (that fit well).
Short sleeve shirt/top (or long sleeves with cuffs rolled above elbow)
Sturdy closed-toe, non-slip shoes or work boots.
Tie back long hair and remove all jewelry prior to the start of class.
Keep all body parts away from spinning blades at all times.
Pay attention at all times!
Warn others in the kickback path!
Maintain your dust collection!
Use sharp tools!