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Posted on I just bought a new INCRA 1000SE miter so now I need to square my Unisaw

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#1 posted 03-28-2013 02:49 PM

once the incra gets to you try this:

adjust the incra’s miter bar to eliminate as much slop as possible. square the miter gauge to the blade. adjust table until .000” @ front of blade is .000” with the same blade tooth rotated to the rear of the throat plate. a $10 dial gauge form harbor freight and a bolt with a couple of nuts are all that’s needed in conjunction with your incra 1000 (which is the same miter gauge i use occasionally). redirect the money that would be wasted on the align-it to useful accessories, like good blades. just my $.02.

BTW, that first pic is the front of the thoat plate. here’s the same blade tooth rotated to the rear of the throat plate (on a 40YO emerson electric built c-man contractor saw with the dreaded table mounted trunions):

perfect alignment is really pretty simple and can be accomplished without additional expense.

-- there's a solution to every problem.......you just have to be willing to find it.


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