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Posted on Reliable, accurate squares needed

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#1 posted 05-07-2017 02:54 AM

Have you checked it to see if it is square or not?

To check it lay it against a straight edge (edge of you table saw is good. Draw a line flip the square over and line up against the line. If it is in line with the square you are good if it doesn t line up. then Your not square.

- johnstoneb

It fails that test. It’s “pretty damn close” but not perfect. I’d say off a fat 32nd” over the 12” blade.

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