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#1 posted 10-28-2012 05:40 PM

There are certain operations that don’t require a high degree of accuracy, but there are some that do. A table saw MUST be able to be set for a 90° cut and produce it without having to check each time. There are parameters that must be adhered to for a tool to be considered good or junk. A saw that won’t produce a 90° cut, is junk and worthless as a tool. A drill press is another tool that must be able to drill a hole 90° to the table.

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