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newer 113 series c-man TSs have stop screws set into the table top on either side of the insert. there are flat spots on the trunion that meet the set screws and stop the movement of the trunion. my ridgid TS (built by emerson electric for ridgid) is the same as a newer c-man 113. sawdust can accumulate on those flat spots and prevent the trunion from returning to 90°. older c-man 113s have stop collars on the bevel adjustment rod within the cabinet.

i back the set screws in the table top all the way out so they do not contact the trunion and use a drafting square or a digital angle cube to set angles. always accurate.
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