Miter Saw Not Cutting Straight.
I never really noticed it before because I hadn't really cut anything that required super accuracy and was wider then a 2x4. If I did need something cut that was wider then a 2x4, I used the table saw. I found this out today while working on a Coffe Table build. First I noticed that the Miter Saw was out of square, an easy but annoying fix. Then after I did a test cut I layed the cut edge on the jointer table to test see if it was 90 degrees, only to realize that I could rock the piece back and forth. I also tested this on other flat surfaces to verify. The question is, is it the saw itself or the blade? The saw is a 12" Ryobi single bevel saw, and the blade is a 12" Freud Diablo 96 tooth crosscut. I would have to buy another blade just to have it be the saw itself. HELP!!!
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