How to Check Parallelism of a Table Saw

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Learn how to check parallelism of a table saw. If you don’t check to see that the blade and fence on your table saw are parallel, you could end up with binding issues that cause kickback and a whole bunch of other problems on your woodworking projects down the road, so make sure you check for parallelism! George Vondriska teaches you a quick and low-tech method for doing so using a framing square and a standard metal ruler.

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  1. brian41
    brian41

    I have a used model 70 powermatic with no manual.
    my 12″ blade to miter slot is out about 14 thou.
    How do i adjust it

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