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Posted on Question on cutting tapers on a table saw

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#1 posted 07-12-2019 06:15 PM

+1 a round blade has nothing to do with it.

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It sort of does if the fence is diverging from the blade. If so, the front of the blade (bottom of stock) would be closer to the fence than the top edge of the blade (top of stock). Raising the blade all the way up would reduce the problem by bringing the top and bottom points closer together in the fore-aft direction. Of course, this would be a problem with all rip cuts, and not just tapers.

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