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#1 posted 10-01-2012 05:17 PM

Every cut on the table saw is “edge jointing”. If the saw is setup properly and the blade is decent, you should have a straight clean edge, at 90 degrees to the face, ready for glue up.

The only problem to watch for is the case where the rough edge shifts the boards position as it passes along the fence. If that is the case you can “sister” another board to the rough board for the first pass.

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