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Julian

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#1 posted 04-26-2009 11:50 PM

What type of crosscut sled were you using? I can get dead on accurate crosscuts with my crosscut sleds I built. Just look at my projects, and you’ll get an idea of what you should have. That said, you also need to make sure the blade is dead on parallel with the miter slot before you can get accurate cuts. When checking your saw for runout, make sure to measure the distance from the blade to the slot using the SAME tooth on the blade. This will cancel any arbor runout or blade deflection that you may have.

-- Julian, Homewood, IL


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