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ChefHDAN

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#1 posted 07-13-2017 04:04 PM

Woofdog, if I’m reading right you said you get the bit height okay but have an issue with the distance between the bit & fence. When I’m using a bit without a bearing I use the piece I’m cutting to help with set up, determining where I want the cut to be and then mark the end of the stock. I place the stock against the fence and then align my mark with the cutter edge furthest from the fence face. If you’re regularly cutting rabbets, I really like a rabbeting bit with different sized bearings, I only use the fence for dust collection with that bit. I can’t remember where I found the deal but I did get the Kreg set up bars for like $20 and have been surprised with how often I’ve grabbed them to set fences, depths etc, very handy tool.

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