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Posted on Table Saw - Should I be using these items? And mounting router

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eflanders

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#1 posted 02-27-2016 02:29 PM

Dude,
Kerf is the total width of the blades cut.
When using a thin kerf blade, you will need to use a thin kerf riving knife. The knife should be no wider than the cut width of the blade used. However, you can use a thinner riving knife than the blades cut successfully. So, get a thin kerf riving knife. If you forget to change it when using a thicker blade, you will be ok.

Quality table saw router mounting inserts can be made from plastic or aluminum. It’s whatever you feel most comfortable with in your shop environment.


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