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    Re: setting blade

    Thanks for the replys they are good tips that I will use.

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    Very good tip Mike! thanks

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  • 3_M
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    If you don't have a little square, take a piece of scrap at least 3/4' thick and cut about 1/16' into the wood. You can do two things. Turn it over and try if it fits in the kerf or you can try if it fits in the back of the blade, without turning it over.
    Mike M

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  • jttheclockman
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    I also agree that is the way I do it. Use a small machinist square and check both sides of the blade and you can't go wrong. JTTHECLOCKMAN

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    I use a small square (about 4' on a side).

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    setting blade

    What is the best way to set the blade at a true ninety
    degrees to table.

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