One of the most common topics I see in the comments on my Dust Collection for Newbies video is about the perceived dangers of static electricity and PVC, and whether you need to ground your system or not. I’ve finally decided to put my thoughts on the subject in a blog post, so I don’t have to repeat myself every time.
I received the above email last night that almost looks official, but after looking at it closer, it’s obviously a phishing attack.
A quick post to talk about what I’ve been working on, what I’m going to be working on, and perfectionism.
I just passed 50,000 subscribers a few hours ago. Amazing. Thank you everyone! And my video on CutList Optimizer has over 50k views in less than a week, 99.6% likes vs. dislikes, and over 470 comments. For my videos, that’s about as good as it gets in less than a week. I expect it to continue to do well, until YouTube decides they don’t like me anymore. Read on for an explanation.
Sorry it’s been a while since I uploaded a blog post. I can’t say for sure why I haven’t been posting, but I want to remedy that. Here’s a start.
I just finished editing a new video, and uploading it to YouTube. The video has some closeups of my SawStoP PCS’s cast iron table top, which means that all the ugly scratches were brought out front and center. Don’t bother looking for them in the video, though, because I edited them out using various masking techniques. Why did I edit them out? Read on to find out.
Let’s go sleuthing! We’re going to uncover the secrets of a SawStop brake, like how it knows if the blade touched your finger or just a nail. And we’ll discover that it’s not as simple as we thought. So if you think you know everything there is to know about how, when, and why a SawStop brake gets triggered, Wait! There’s more!
It seems everyone and their brother are recommending this blade, so I thought I’d give it a try.