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Posted on I took my Unisaw off its mobLe base

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#1 posted 09-04-2014 05:10 PM

Were the 2×6s laid across the entire base? Concrete floors are never perfect and I see a patch and some cracks in your floor that could be causing the 2×6 to not lay flat. Try using small blocks at each corner of the base of the cabinet saw instead. Or use some type of leveling feet that limit the amount of contact the floor has with your 2×6s.

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yes patched floor – I used two planks the width of the saw and another under the extension legs on some patio blocks I set after I sawed out the side bench

In retrospect I maybe should knock out that curb under the bench, so I could extend that way and reuse the base. As described above maybe the simplest way to correct the point load of the machine

oh well – I though I was doing a good thing – back to leveling the machine again

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