The new paint on the wings is dry and the saw is ready for reassembly (again). I installed the wings, the blade guard, fence rails and fence this morning. I did a short video of a through cut on a strip of 3/4” plywood but I’m not having any success posting it (yet).
I noted in an earlier blog comment that the tip of the 10” blade, even at its lowest, it still above the top of the insert. This cut shows the height of the blade as a very small dado in 3/4” plywood.
I am still waiting on the delivery of the dust door I bought. I’ll clean and repaint the dust door in the same Rustoleum Smoke Gray and update the blog once it’s installed. I also need to get some JB Weld and test that out a bit before applying it to the saw top.
Other than the dust door and possibly a small JB Weld repair, I’m declaring this rehab done and ready for duty!
Thanks for following along with the rehab. I enjoyed having you along.
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