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Radial arm saws often get a bad reputation as being inherently inaccurate. But with proper set up and usage, this reputation is an undeserved slander. The photo shows ...
Accurate work on a radial arm saw requires good contact between the fence and the work piece. Sweep away any dust and chips that might lodge between the ...
I have some thin plywood left over from another project. Cut two squares about 12 x 12 inches. The machine cut edge of the plywood is against the ...
Before you forget, mark the factory cut edges.
The square corner cut in step 2 will be the standard of reference. Mark it on both pieces so you can identify it easily later.
With the two pieces stacked over each other, trim the edge of the two pieces with one cut.
The upper side of one of the squares will be flipped over so the edges cut in step 2 meet one another.
With the two squares pushed firmly against the fence or any straightedge, slide them laterally into each other. Look for any spreading at the front or the rear ...
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