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Posted on 24" cross cuts or dados on a Radial arm saw.

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#1 posted 05-24-2014 05:05 PM

Make half (or 16”) of the cut, turn your wood around 180 degrees and make the rest of the cut from the other direction. It might take some fiddling to get the alignment right, but you should be able to crosscut /dado up to 32” that way.

My Sawsmith RAS, thanks to the sliding table, has a crosscut capacity of 21” – or 42” with the method above.

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