If you’ve followed any of my other builds, you’ll remember that I have after hours access to a CNC table router at work, and I can usually get Melamine scraps on the cheap. That’s why I wound up using the Almond wood grain. S...
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Former Nuke Bubblehead O-ganger
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Industrial Designer, Jack-of-all-trades engineer
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*Timber Frame house
*Stick frame addition
*design/build tractor implements
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This view shows the back side of my recently refurbished TS. There are ~46” between the saw and my primary work bench. I lowered the bench to match the height of the TS @ 32-7/8” and planned to bridge the two with an outfeed table...
Put on a Freud Fusion blade and aligned the saw. Put the rule on the fence. Saw is cutting very smoothly.
I use a Veritas straightedge and feeler gage to align the fence to the slot… I go for parallel and don’t let the fence open up on the discharge side… Since I got the saw for a measly $100, I splurged on some goodies…...