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#1 posted 12-12-2011 10:40 PM

One question: The teeth on my TS blade protrude just a bit from the side of the blade so that they are not in the same plane as the face of the blade. When you position the edge of your squared block against the blade and teeth, as for your 70 degree angle above, won’t that result in an error since the edge of the teeth and the face of the blade are not in the same plane? I use an IGage and am very careful to keep the magnets attached on the face of the blade and not touching the teeth for that reason. That’s after zeroing it on the saw table, of course.

I may be wrong so this is as much a question for my information as a comment. Thanks for posting as this opens up many possibilities for using technology in the shop!

-- Bob, Atlanta


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