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Posted on Wood drifts away from table saw fence at end

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#1 posted 12-18-2018 10:04 AM

If indeed your fence is misaligned toward the rear of the blade then you need to fix that. As already stated that is dangerous.

I read you post as the wood is pulling away from the fence behind the blade, potentially dangerous also and the reason to use a splitter behind the blade. Two things I know of could cause that. 1. Misaligned fence or 2. Reaction of the wood from stresses being relieved. I see this often when I rip 2X material and attribute it to stresses being relieved as I know my blade and fence are parallel to each other.

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