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  1. Power Tools & Machinery
    My new used table saw has cabinet mounted trunnions so to adjust the blade runout you move the table. The blade is a little less than a 64th (64th is the smallest measurement I have) closer to the miter slot in the rear than the front of the blade. I followed the instructions to loosen the bolts...
  2. General Woodworking Discussion
    This is multifunction jig for table saw, can use for any jig combine with T slot. i build from HMR coz this material super flat, solid and very durable (waterprof). This jig can combine with many jig, can use for feather board for safety cut without kickback, bevel cut, tenon mortise joint &...
  3. General Woodworking Discussion
    Quick newbie question: I'm trying to extend an existing table to include an additional 12" leaf. The pre-installed slides are 29" and stop to accommodate a single 12" leaf. 29" is big enough to accommodate two leaves, yes? If so, does anyone have any insight into how to modify/remove...
  4. General Woodworking Discussion
    Help! I've read a few threads both on here and other forums, but I can not find a solution. I've just purchased a used (obviously) 10" Craftsman Contractor table saw Model: 113.298842. I have been trying to get the blade aligned to one of the miter slots to no avail. I've spent the last three...
  5. Power Tools & Machinery
    Just finished tuning up the jointer and now I'm left with a big problem. I cannot get the infeed table up any higher than a 1/16" cut. I want it half that shallow. Yes, I've cleaned, scrubbed and blown out the adjustment mechanism to no avail. It appears that there are two washers on the...
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