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  • Compound Angle Gauge TS3650

    I've noticed on my TS3650 there's a spot on the table for what I assume to be an angle gauge for compound cuts. Not that there's not an indicator on the front of the saw stand or anything. Anyway, I was wondering if anyone knew whether Ridgid had any plans for one or if there's one already out there. Just curious.
    Last edited by 9.5 fingers to go; 03-13-2007, 07:10 PM.
    No, the half of the missing finger was not power tool related.

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    Re: Compound Angle Gauge TS3650

    ..........?
    "It's a table saw, do you know where your fingers are?" Bob D. 2006

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      Re: Compound Angle Gauge TS3650

      Huh???????????

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        Re: Compound Angle Gauge TS3650

        Originally posted by 9.5 fingers to go View Post
        I've noticed on my TS3650 there's a spot on the table for what I assume to be an angle gauge for compound cuts. Not that there's not an indicator on the front of the saw stand or anything. Anyway, I was wondering if anyone knew whether Ridgid had any plans for one or if there's one already out there. Just curious.
        I'm wondering if you're referring to small orange piece ahead of the blade? That's there so you can draw a line from your blade leading edge across that. You then use that line to line up your wood to the blade ahead of the cut. The orange piece will show a pencil line very well.
        I put it all back together better than before. There\'s lots of leftover parts.

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          Re: Compound Angle Gauge TS3650

          Yes, that's exactly what I was talking about. Makes sense now. Ha, ha. I thought maybe that was a blank cover that you could remove to install some gauge that would indicate the angle of your bevel cuts. Again, not that there isn't a scale on the front of the saw... Ha, ha. Oh well.
          No, the half of the missing finger was not power tool related.

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