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#1 posted 03-21-2011 12:15 AM

The wings are easily shimmed level if that’s the cause of the deviation, and is a common adjustment made to new saws. But even if the wings are not the cause and the table has some deviation from flat, check your saw’s performance by evaluating the cuts….if the cuts are dead on, you’ve got no worries. Keep in mind that wood can fluctuate quite a bit over a given period of days. It’d take a fairly sizable deviation to effect the cut.

I’d be a happy camper the day my saw is the reason I’m not getting the precision I need for a project!

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