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#1 posted 01-24-2013 10:01 PM

Fuigb, thanks for the advice. I do believe that burning a good amount of time has me very discouraged. Even if I were able to get to the stripped nut, I am still concerned by the inability to properly access 2 of the 8 nuts that may have to be loosened. Perhaps when I have had some time to unwind from this headaches I’ll give it another shot. In addition, I will still consider giving the sled a shot.

I also admit that the saw is a bottom feeder. I blame my my naive old self from before I decided to take on woodworking. I suppose the question I was asking, is if I got a better benchtop table saw, would I be repeating the same headache with a more expensive saw. It sounds like the answer is “very likely”. If anything, this entire experience has taught me that when I replace my saw, I really should be looking for a saw that is easier to align.

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