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#1 posted 12-26-2012 04:33 AM

Adjust your in/outfeed tables so they are slightly higher than the bed, no more than 1/16”. That should help. Also, hold the rear of the board up when you’re feeding it in. There’s no way to completely prevent it, but mine doesn’t produce much snipe at all after doing that. Can’t see it, and you can only barely feel it on a few of the boards that go through.

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