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#1 posted 01-30-2012 02:43 AM

I’m no expert on shoulder planes so I’ll leave that for others to discuss.

What caught my attention is the reference to a not-so-accurate tablesaw. What exactly makes it not accurate? The only issue I can think of offhand that would render a tablesaw useless for fine work would be excessive arbor runout. Bad blades, alignment, fence and miter slot issues are more easily addressed.

While I employ the use of handtools often, I still prefer to get as much accuracy out of the machines as I can to minimize the cleanup work that needs to happen later.

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