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Posted on New table saw, questions on general use.

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#1 posted 11-26-2018 04:23 PM

1. Check to see if it skews only when locking – ive seen this many times… Just have to be careful and check when locking it down

2. I cant say for your saw, but the 3 total TS ’ s ive owned in my life… None had a height adjustment lock, only bevel.

3. I’m with you on that one. I use my sliding miter for nearly 100 percent of them.

4. Never had an aftermarket one before.. Maybe they are better, hopefully someone will chime in

5. My 1st table saw didnt have a blade guard. The 2 I have purchased since then – I have removed said bladeguards :D

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