Corbin Dunn
Redwood Monkey

Kickback! and the bathroom vanity cabinet

Project Hutchinson, Woodworking

I started planing some wood down to ¾” thickness for my bathroom vanity cabinet:

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As I was ripping one pice to width a small sliver came loose; there was a crack in the end of the wood, and as soon as it was free it caused some HEFTY kick back. Luckily I never have my body directly behind the wood while ripping, and the SawStop’s awesome splitter prevented it from actually kicking back. It pushed back in my hand about 5 inches. I am really happy with the SawStop. 

 

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I’m starting to get some of the pieces ripped to width:

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Next it is some crosscutting and then pocket hole screws.

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