Início Marcenaria What's the Deal with DADO Blades? | MORE MINUTESMarcenariaWhat's the Deal with DADO Blades? | MORE MINUTESPor Fernando de Miranda Lisbôa Júnior - 14/09/20196742Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Linkedin Email Print Should dado blades be banned in the U.S. too? Also on MORE MINUTES this week, I unbox my new Craftsman Air Compressor and pay homage to Quentin … source ARTIGOS RELACIONADOSMais do autor MarcenariaI Built My Own Coffin MarcenariaFinger Hockey ("Fastrack") Board Game. With Disco Mode! MarcenariaMere Mortals Workbench 42 COMENTÁRIOStool pressure gauge is the pressure thats been put out to the tool but it will show the same pressure as the tank unless the tool is being used then it will drop Faça login para deixar um comentárioShould have went cordless! Faça login para deixar um comentárioSo, by making long arbors hard to get, those with short arbors will be tempted to take chances with trying to squeeze a dado where none should go.Sounds like bureaucratic nonsense at it's finest.I think I'll start marketing long arbor table saws in europe. I see a market for them. Faça login para deixar um comentárioIf that's illegal then omfg. How can something so stupid be illegal but not guns? Faça login para deixar um comentárioRe Dado Blades, screw the nanny state. But I found this.Hi allThe reason for dado blades being banned in the UK was initially due to the high number of people chopping serious bits out of fingers and hands and due to the nature of the injury, repairs were not usually very good! The EU Directives do then prohibit. The problem in using a dado blade many people do not make any form of guarding to compensate for removing the top/crown guard. Contrary to what everyone says about 'I'll be carefull' I had the pleasure of investigating dozens or hand injuries on table saws, spindles, radial arm saws, planers …… and in many – not all – cases guards were not in place or adequate. People do make mistakes – often.Please don't just mock elf n safety as if it is there to stop everyone doing what they want, the vast majority of the rules spring from real experience. In case you are interested I was one of Her Majesties Inspectors of Factories and responsible for enforcing the safety laws. The majority of silly stuff you read/hear about where health and safety is used as the excuse are usually total rubbish. In this case its for a good reason.Regarding the States and allowing dado blades – put the correct sticker on something and you suddenly find the litigation in America can disappear. Sadly, a sticker doesn't put your fingers back on. Use a router or spindle moulder?This post was edited by Geoffrey Laycock on 15.05.2012, 19:06 o’clock Reason: typos Faça login para deixar um comentárioFor such a small unit you should have bought an oil less model. Faça login para deixar um comentárioBecause the EU is the essence of regulation. BREXIT!!! Faça login para deixar um comentáriodados are fine when you have a fair amount of dado work. Otherwise just use a single blade, it not a problem on infrequent dado work.I don't see how they would be dangerous in any particular way. Faça login para deixar um comentárioLol, but usually I include my Gripper… Faça login para deixar um comentárioNo dado info here really Faça login para deixar um comentárioIn Europe, rain in januar is snow. 🙂 Faça login para deixar um comentárioBecause Europe is a nanny state that tries to ban all the things you can use to hurt yourself. Faça login para deixar um comentárioDado blades is banned in Europe because it requires modification to remove the cleaver on the table saw, as far as i know Faça login para deixar um comentárioCalifornia air tools nearly silent. Faça login para deixar um comentárioSorry I wasted time on mis-titled video and goofy ADHD guy. Faça login para deixar um comentárioSeems like Steve really knows his stuff on woodworking, but it definitely gave me pause that he didn't know what a pressure regulator is… Faça login para deixar um comentárioI had to listen a second time…!!! You said “Oil” filter… Did you mean Air Filter since it is at the upper end of the Pump Head…? Your air compressor gauges are there for the safety of you and your shop. The Tank Guage, The larger one I believe shows how much is always in your compressor tank Pounds per square inch(PSI). The Tool gauge smaller one is Regulated air for your tools… Some tools require more (PSI) than others…. You do Not use more PSI Than your tool is deigned for… You dial up or down as needed.(Safety First)…One example could be used if your Nail Gun or Staple Gun did not have a depth Adjustment then you could dial down the (PSI) to regulate the set of the nail or staple… Greg Faça login para deixar um comentárioThey just use spoons and butterknives. Faça login para deixar um comentárioThey're illegal in the UK because they have socialized healthcare. Too many people not using their head and cutting a 3/4 inch wide chunk of their finger. Faça login para deixar um comentárioHAHA!!! Steve, I've had that same model air compressor for five years, and ZERO issues. Okay, I did get mine from the flea market for twenty bucks because the guy that owned it first dropped the thing off a building or something (he said) and broke the regulator… Since I had one laying around and a couple gauges (of dubious function of course) I just slapped it in there and went for it. Ordinarily, I have little to say about Craftsman… not because they're inherently wrong or bad… Just I have little to say about them as a brand. BUT I will say, that is a damn decent compressor (in all likelihood). AND surely, you do know how the pressure regulator works… AND yes… at least on concrete floors, mine wanders around the floor too. I usually use a regular 25' blue or orange air-hose coiled around the thing to inhibit that… mostly because I can find those pretty cheap and consistently at the flea market, too. I will recommend you keep the thing indoors during cold weather. They are prone to letting the oil "go jelly" if you leave them exposed… BUT I've consistently been able to thaw mine out and have it running without trouble. It's not like freezing is a "death sentence" automatically or anything… just inconvenient as hell when you need to fill a tire to get on the road. ;o) Faça login para deixar um comentárioFOR DADO BLADES TO BE BANNED, WOULD BE PRETTY FUCKING RETARDED. DADO BLADES HELP ME OUT A LOT Faça login para deixar um comentárioDADO blades are prohibited by EN and IEC standards. Faça login para deixar um comentárioLocal?! Faça login para deixar um comentárioSaw blade control, dado blades were contributing so much to violent crime that they had to be banned, and now Europe has zero crime because of these great laws. Faça login para deixar um comentárioYou mean you drove all the way over there and got just ONE TOOL???Tim Taylor the Tool Man would be very disappointed. Faça login para deixar um comentáriodont blow compressed air on skin Faça login para deixar um comentáriowow this is the first video i've seen from you where you don't mention micr- oh there he goes 😛 Faça login para deixar um comentárioI got a Craftsman drill once as a gift. Last Craftsman product I will ever own. Faça login para deixar um comentárioAre you free to use a dado blade this weekend?gazes into distancesheds single tearbald eagle screechesI'm always free. Faça login para deixar um comentárioThanks to the video I found your house on Google maps… can even see the BMW on your drive 🙂 Faça login para deixar um comentárioYour allowed to run power tools in California? Hmm my sister got a fine for painting her house the wrong paint. I'd rather die than live where the local gov controls every aspect of my life Faça login para deixar um comentário"Dado" is the European equivalent to the N word Faça login para deixar um comentárioThey want people to use tenon machine to minimise risks Faça login para deixar um comentárioHello, Steve, in regard to the employment of Dado cutters under (UK) law, there are no specific precedents for using same in the domestic workshop; however, in terms of factory produced box jointed cutting (one assumes, on an industrial scale – or for, say, the furniture/cabinet making market), there are clear working practices – & thereby, strict regulations – to ensure safe production of the aforementioned. Europe does sell these cutters, but as in the US, they are considerably expensive. My situation is further compounded by the fact that owning a cordless (portable) table saw, I only have one guide rail – so a specifically designed sled would need to be created to accommodate such; second, the arbour on my table saw is too short to handle wider-set Dado cutting, therefore the principle in this case, is redundant. The only way I can make box joints, effectively, is to employ my router (& I need to construct a table to house the power unit) ….ah well…time to build. Thank you for another excellent presentation 😀 Faça login para deixar um comentárioI ised DADO blades on my old, crappy table saw, no problems whatsoever. Can't use them on my new, shiny one because someone in the EU decided that I could hurt myself. Irritating Faça login para deixar um comentárioIt is a lot more things illegal in EU than in other places of the Earth. They call it freedom… Faça login para deixar um comentárioand where is the thing about Dado blades? Faça login para deixar um comentárioThat craftsmen's air conpressor is too loud compared to my California model. Faça login para deixar um comentárioDang u shoulda went to harbor freight and got you a Fortress oil-free compressor. SO MUCH BETTER! Faça login para deixar um comentárioThe eu law states that dado blades are not safe for reasons you’ve got to take 5he crown guard off to use and the extra wait on the the brake which could lead to of cutting one self Faça login para deixar um comentárioGuess I am ole fashion Faça login para deixar um comentárioOil filter? That's an air filter. Faça login para deixar um comentárioDEIXE UMA RESPOSTA Cancelar respostaFaça login para deixar um comentário Não se inscreverTodos os comentáriosApenas respostas a meus comentários Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.