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#1 posted 01-21-2018 08:17 PM

el mustango,
Couple other things to think about and measure in addition to what has already been mentioned above:
1. Using the same setup, measure to the fence parallel to your blade front and back. Your blade can be aligned with the miter slot but not with the fence, which could contribute to the issues you are seeing.
2. Are you getting any play in the miter slot? If there is side-to-side travel of your runner in your miter slot, you may not be getting an accurate reading on your original measurement.

Hope you get your problem figured out, I know how disappointing it can be to get something and then figure out you can’t use it for some reason or another.

Dr T


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