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Posted on Square cut on one side of table saw only

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#1 posted 03-05-2018 03:31 AM

Troubleshooting is a step by step process, you don t start at a conclusion and work backwards. It sounds like you ve never set up the saw properly so you need to do that before troubleshooting a sled. Jump on youtube and watch some videos on setting up a table saw.

Ya, I guess man. I thought I had it set up before I ever turned it on. I originally had the miter slots squared to the blade perfectly. Took me about a week to get the fence set up because the rails are so finicky. I don’t know anymore. Now if I measure from the miter slot, the teeth are inconsistent from front to back. They literally change distance front to back when I rotate the same tooth. Then when I pick another tooth, it will be opposite from the original tooth. Everytime I ever raised the blade or lowered it, I had to resquare it for some reason. This is another reason I was lead to believe the arbor was the culprit.

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