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#1 posted 01-21-2017 12:21 AM

Nathan,

If this were Jeopardy you would be almost right. loosened up everything and ran the miter gauges through again noting carefully where the catching was happening. The slides on both my gauges do’t hit the bottom of the groove. The table saw miter gauge has a much longer slide. Therefore more stable in changing plane from one side to the other. Did a “what if?” and removed the pin and then used a 6 inch F clamp at the slit between the two sides with a lot of pressure. Then aligned the table with the blade, tighten the trunions and brought the leveling bolt up flush to the table and re inserted the pin.

Changed my technique of where I press don on the miter gauge and I’m hammy to say ”It isn’t catching!”
Thanks for your suggestions

-- Cau Haus Designs, Thomas J. Tieffenbacher


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