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Posted on Blade marks from the table saw

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#1 posted 04-18-2016 11:38 AM

practice your push technique, I also got frustrated and went and bought a featherboard
only to realize that it could barely fit on my small dw745 and basically unuseable.

I improved my push technique but using my left hand to push the stock towards the fence just before the blade
and steady push with right hand/push stick.

I also have my blade just barely angled away on the trailing end from the fence so if burn marks were to occur
it would only be from the front edge.

Using purpose blades makes a huge difference too, rip or cross for the application.

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