I discovered that my cast iron table top was not flush with the top of the extension table. The rip fence would bump into the cast iron table. It was obvious that I had not installed the rail correctly. This meant I had to remove the rail and loosen the bolts on the right side of the saw.
This was a very tedious process. I went looking for an extra set of hands to help me.
After several attempts I finally loosened enough bolts or screws to get the saw table top and the extension table aligned and flush. I went around the back and front to get all the screws tightened before mounting back the fence rail.
I also fastened the screws to the mobile base bracket and the cabinet’s side panel. These two items are now anchored or fastened together.
My assembly of this SawStop is complete.
Tomorrow I will make a new crosscut sled for this saw. Then I will get back to making some furniture pieces.
I am thinking of purchasing the Incra 3000SE miter gauge. Does anyone out there recommend this Incra miter gauge? What do you like most about it? What if any limitations does it have? For instance, would you use it instead of a crosscut sled to cut a long or wide board? What are its best uses or applications?
-- --- Happy Howie