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onedkcharette

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#1 posted 01-05-2010 04:00 PM

i own the same saw. first thing i did was get rid of the miter gauge. it was the only thing on the saw that was considered (imo) junk. it had lots of side to side slop as well as needing to be verified with a square when going from 90 to 45 etc. i ended up putting the incra 2000 on mine. everything else on it is awesome. just get it dialed in and you will be pleased at the accuracy of your cuts. it has a nice “empty hole” on the right side that makes a great place to add a router table.

btw. this is my first post on this site. a little about me. im 44 i live in NH with my wife and 2 boys 14 and 7. i am getting back into wood working after a lapse of 25+ years. i am slowly rebuilding my tool collection and have made a decent start this past year. i look fwd to picking your brains and shhhh stealing some ideas too. :)

here is my saw and router table.
http://i262.photobucket.com/albums/ii91/onedkcharette/DSCF1088.jpg
http://i262.photobucket.com/albums/ii91/onedkcharette/DSCF1089.jpg


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