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By Glen D. Huey
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From the December 2008 Issue #173
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If you notice a substantial amount of burning as you rip or crosscut with your table saw, you have a problem. Problems with table saws generally fall into two categories: problems with the saw blade or problems with the fence. More often than not, these issues relate to alignment problems.

Either scenario requires you to make fine adjustments. And in the past, at least for me, that meant a dial indicator with all the bars and magnetic bases – magnets that had to be turned on to hold and turned off to be adjusted. Now, that’s in the past.

From the December 2008 issue #173
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