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Posted on What causes burn marks on the table saw

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#1 posted 02-07-2008 12:40 AM


The following crude method was used to check the fence to blade alignment. Marked a tooth on the blade and brought it as far forward as possible. Measurement = 10” exactly. Rotated that same tooth as far back as possible, distance from tooth to fence = 10 1/32”

Seems like this is what i want as the fence is toed slightly out to help avoid kickback.

I also took the blade off and cleaned it up. I don’t think it was too dirty, but do you guys think that it had enough junk on it to compromise cut quality?

I’ll be back out to the shop shortly to reinstall the blade and make a few test cuts. Hope all goes smoothly (no pun intended!)



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