Radial Arm Saw
When you need to trim just a smidgen off a board or molding, try this: Lower the blade of your miter saw and press the end of the workpiece against it. Then raise the blade, pull the trigger and cut. Depending on how hard you pushed against the blade, you'll shave off from 1/16 to 1/32 in. Once you get the feel of it, you'll be able to adjust the pressure and the width of the shave.
Radial Arm Saw Table/jig by Brendon - The debate on Radial Arm Saws seems to go on forever. I'm in the "For" category. To help those who may be 'on the fence' make up their minds and to perhaps, persuade those in the "Against" category to look again, here is a look at my RAS set-up. It was developed primarily with safety in mind but also convenience.Firstly, there is the table itself, which in my case, is not sacrificial:It is made from melamine-faced particleboard; for
I recently bought a Radial Arm Saw, and needed a new work bench, and this was what I came up with. I used Tenon, and Mortise joints, and it turned out solid. There are locking wheels on it, so I can move it around, and lock it in place. I still need to add shelves to it, for more storage.