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Briefly, unplug the saw. Raise the blade as high as it will go, the fence should have some screws or bolts on the end closest to you, loosen those, put the fence up against the blade, and retighten the screws/bolts.

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How do l square the saw blade perpendicular to the table?


Unplug saw, crank the blade up two inches or more, loosen the locking lever or bolt, hold a square aganist the flat part of the blade between the teeth. Set blade square to the table and lock in place. Recheck, plug in saw away.

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If your blade is square to the saw table, why would the accu-fence still be off?


Have you squared the fence to the blade/table. If the table is true to the blade, your mitre slot should also be. You can then squre your fence to the
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My blade is not square to the table i,e if I make a 90deg cut, it is about 1/16 wider at the top of the board than it is at the bottom. I've lost my owners manual and was wowndereing holw I go about...


Set your saw square using a combination square if you have one. Then to to adjust the saw to stay square there should be a gold coloured nut that you can adjust on the right side below the lever you use to unlock the saw when setting what angles you want to cut. Either move it in or out to get the proper setting. Hopefully this answers your question.

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How to adjust the blade at exact 90 degre


Use a carpenter square, place the square on the table top with the blade up right, adjust the tilt of the table saw blade until it is exactly parallel to the blade of the carpenter square. Check the blade in several places as the table saw blade is sometimes warped. Try to adjust until a happy median is obtained.

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I just turn it upside down and put it in the slot so that the gage rests against the edge of the table. Then tighten the locking knob. This should give you an instant accurate setting as long as the slot in the table is very close to dead-on square with the slot - which it should be. But to verify that it is, just turn the square back right side up and hold a flashlight under it as you hold it very close to the table edge. If the table edge is out of square with the table slot, you will easily see this because the error will be doubled by turning the gage over. By the way, if the rails for your rip fence are in the way, the rails may be parallel enough to the edge of the table to be of no concern. Or you can put a piece of wood with parallel sides on top of the rail between the edge of the table and the upside-down gage. Another easy confirmation is to use a square to draw a line (with a sharp pencil) on a piece of plywood that has a good edge. Flip that square over to confirm that your square is square. Then you can put your miter gage upside down on the plywood to check it against the line. Good luck. Al K

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Adjust angle of band saw blade to align with fence


Typically the fence is attached to the table and the table can be angled to create a bevel.

Using a square, align the table so it's square to the blade. Assuming your fence is square to the table vertically, you're good.

With most bandsaws I have worked with, there is a positive stop (typically just a bolt - the head acts as the stop) underneath the table so when you tilt the table, you can return it to flat without having to re-square everything up every time. Once you've got things square, make sure to adjust the positive stop too.

Be aware you may still have to compensate for drift with your fence, though.

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The fence in not sitting square to the table. If you place a square against the fence and the table there is a gap of about 2 mm and I don't how to fix it.


Does your saw have an adjustable/extension table. If so look on the backside where the other gear is located on a DeWalt there are 2 bolts holding this in place, what I do is loosen them up and with the square move the fence till it squares up and then snug the bolts, move the fence away and bring it back again to see if it repeats to square, if so tighten up, if not try again, if you don't have this gear give me the brand and model number and I will look into it further

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Truing craftsman table saw blade


Use a carpenter square to allign the blade both vertically and horizontally with your guide. This works very well.

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The blade is not square


Hi, you need a carpenters square. put the square base on the table-saw and the rule against the blade. use your tilt wheel to adjust your blade. turn wheel until there is no gap between blade and table top. if you need more help, please write again
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