I inherited my dads Craftsman 10” table saw many years ago where it was kept in the garage and never touched.
I have since moved it indoors where I proceeded to polish and clean it, and after much reading about table saws I noticed that it was way out of adjustment.
So I finally located the manual on line and proceeded to tune it.
I adjusted the trunnions, the blade angle, fence and such using squares and gauges that I recently picked up.
To me everything looks good but I remember reading somewhere that you can do something called a 3-cut or 5-cut test using a scrap piece of wood that would truly tell you if it is perfectly tuned or not.
Has anyone heard of this or know how to do this?
Is there another way to test for accuracy after tuning?
I apologize in advance if this has already been discussed. I am new to this site and was not able to locate any info on this.
-- Close to Ottawa Ontario Canada