Bear: The first thing I would do is go get a GOOD blade. I personally really like Freud. Amana, Forrest, cmt all good ones. Freud seems to be easier to find.
Then see what happens, your blade may be "pushing off" , slowing ur feed may help, so many variables very hard to pick one.
Heck, it may be dirt builtup on the stops under the saw table. 1/2 degree plus or minus is not that bad speshully in wood :}:}
If you have some Formica sample chips just slip one under the pc b4 u cut and do a micro back bevel may just may the problem disappear. LOL I use a low angle block plane and do that on every cut I make. To me easier than fussin with chips under the pc on the table.
PS: on every outside corner I always overcut by about 1 degree or so, 46 or 47 this way the face is always tighter than the rest of the cut
Last edited by skymaster; 07-23-2009 at 02:03 PM.