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Posted on What to expect in tablesaw flatness

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#1 posted 03-21-2011 12:01 AM

>.010 and/or a sheet of paper? what did you pay for the saw? If less then $50,000, then I think you’ll do just fine like the rest of us.

now move on to the “balancing a nickle” test.

ok…so I am being a little cynical. you are dealing with wood. even if you get your table perfectly flat, then you still have to deal with the fact that no piece of wood is perfectly flat. and then even if it is, you need a perfect angle on the blade vs the table (that big pointer on the angle might get you to within 5% of true). My point is spend more time making stuff and less time perfecting your tools if they do what you want them to do.

just my opinion

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