The table saw is the heart of most woodworking shops. Is your table saw setup correctly? If not, it could be inaccurate, provide poor cut quality and, most importantly, be unsafe. This class will take you through the steps required to make sure your cabinet saw is correctly aligned.
You’ll need a few supplies in order to check your saw. A felt tip marker, in order mark a distinct contact point on the blade. To make the check you can use a 1/4″ dowel, sharpened to a point, or a dial indicator. You can pick up dial indicators for table saw set up from woodworking specialty stores. The goal is to make the table saw blade parallel to the miter gauge slot. After that we’ll make the fence parallel to the slot, making the fence parallel to the blade.
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