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By Nick Engler
Pages: 49-56

From the November 2004 issue #144
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Your table saw is the central piece of machinery in your shop, and the blade (or more appropriately – blades) is a critical aspect of the ease and accuracy of your work. A top-quality blade mounted on a medium-quality saw will cut infinitely better than a mediocre blade mounted on the best table saw money can buy. The reason should be obvious – it’s the blade, not the saw, that does the actual cutting.

From the November 2004 issue #144
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