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  • HVandoren
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    Puzzle Problems

    I appreciate all the replies. I'am going to try out each suggestion. While I do not have a very accurate guage I will start with a ruler till I get one. I was cutting a puzzle out of 3/4 pine when I ran into this problem. Again I appreciate the replies. Harold

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  • Carter-Johnson
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    I'd like to help if I can but I can't figure out what you mean by "puzzle pieces"? What thickness wood and what kind of pieces are you attempting to cut?

    Carter

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  • Neal Moore
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    JT is correct however there is a spacer bushing that rides in the groove under the table which allows you to tilt the table. You might check to see if the bushing (spacer) is riding in the slot. Just a suggestion.

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  • jttheclockman
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    It is not the table it is the blade holders that need adjusting. Here is a discussion that may help you.

    http://dgroups.woodmagazine.com/n/pf...g=scrollsawing

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  • HVandoren
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    Puzzle problems

    I,am having trouble cutting puzzle pieces so they fit together without a lot of sanding. I,m using a dewalt 788 saw. I checked the blade for side to side align, thats ok but I noticed the table from front to back has a slant forward.
    I cannot find any way to adjust the front up to be level to the blade. What am I doing wrong?

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