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    TS Alignment & "Short fence"

    Good Day

    I would like to share with you my method.

    I think that almost all table saws comes from the factory "almost" aligned so, I'm using this procedure to "fine tune" the factory "almost"...

    As you'll see, I'm not using any Hi-Tech nor Lo-Tech instruments because every blade has some run-out and flutter and I think that the blade itself "knows" the best if it's aligned or not.

    I'm just "listening" what the blade it "telling" me and correcting accordingly...

    The test must be done with the blade at "full up" position.

    The "test piece" should be of MDF

    Toooooo the pics.......

    Regards
    niki






    On this pic (and the next one), I'm showing the blade stationary which is not the case.
    You should push the test piece past the blade while the blade is running at normal speed and listen to the sounds...





















    Last edited by Niki Avrahami; 08-01-2008 at 08:18 PM.

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    thank you!!! niki

    for doing what you do so well,, glad you got free of that concret job so you can come back and join in the follies
    If in Doubt, Build it Stout!
    One hand washes the other!
    Don't put off today till tomorrow!

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    Thank you Larry

    Yes, I finished with the concrete, welding and alike and it took some time till my hands got again smooth (this concrete is making rough hands...) and now I'm back in woodworking...

    Regards
    niki

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