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Woodchuck1957

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#1 posted 04-08-2009 04:41 PM

Yeah, imagine if you had done that with a more powerful saw. I think crosscuting or mitering something that short on a tablesaw is just asking for trouble, Judgeing by the first picture I would never put my hand that close to the blade, and I think the miter gauge should be 22.5 degrees the other direction. Buy yourself a good miter saw. I’ve never really understood why people spend alot of money on a miter gauge for a table saw, how many professional trim carpenters do you know that use a table saw for miters ? None that I know of.


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