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December 12, 2007
We show you how to clean the workings of your table saw and then what kind of lubricant to use so that sawdust isn't drawn to it like a magnet.
We'll also show you how to check for arbor run out, and arbor flange run out.
In order to get nice straight or square cuts on the table saw everything has to be properly aligned. We'll show you how to align your table saw blade parallel to the fence so that you'll get the results you want, and if you need to make adjustments, we'll show you how to make it right.
A lot more is covered. By the end of the video, your table saw running like a well oiled machine!
Here's more information on some of the items talked about in the video:
Here's the link to the Table Saw Aligner product that I used in the video:
If you don't have an air compressor, cans of compressed air will work just fine:
Here's the link for the company that makes the Contractor Saw PALS system: