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#1 posted 05-08-2012 02:53 AM

Absolutely dangerous. If the blade catches that plate on the up-cut it will throw it at you like a boomerang, but harder and faster. If you can’t return it, find a way to secure the back of it down. I’m surprised you were able to cut it with that tab missing.

Also curious, zero clearance ‘dado” insert? How does that work with different sizes?

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