Update- I started out with the left fence slightly off from the blade, but the right fence seemed to be on with the blade. So tonight I set out to adjust the fences to the blade, I used my combination square, with straight edge set all the way to the end of the rule, I checked it with my framing square and they match, so I locked the saw down and loosened the left fence and got it square to the blade, I took my time and made sure it was right. I then took the long side of the framing square and matched the right fence to the left fence. When I got done I checked the right side fence to the blade with the combo square, way off. So I kept trying, hour and a half of trying. Through this whole time I never moved left fence since I kept checking it to blade and it was right on, so I then took and set the right fence to the blade as well with the combo square, and now if I lay the framing square acrossed the fences I can get a noticeable teeter back and forth against fence. Seems like it's teetering on the right side fence where it gets close to blade slot. So now I'm frustrated and don't know what to do.
Edit for additional info: if I make a cut acrossed a 1x8 laid flat, it doesn't make straight cuts, they aren't huge, but noticeable enough to tell its "off". I took speed square and made a line, cut next to it and you can see the cut isn't completely parallel to line. I then do the cut tricks, and they indicate not square as well
Last edited by 870ExpressMag; 12-29-2015 at 08:27 PM.
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