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Super! Now's the time to make sure you "optimize" it and get the most out of it.
- at the very least, put a couple of coats of paste wax on the surface.
- get the fence to blade alignment spot on
- make sure the belt tension and pulley alignment are on
- use stock blade for questionable wood, but buy a high quality blade or two for your primary precision work.
- get or make a zero clearance insert
- consider making a crosscut sled and/or buying an aftermarket miter gauge