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  • 3650 blade to fence alignment

    I'm not seeing the forest for the trees here. I added a sacaficial wooden fence to my rip fence and now the dang material binds on the outfeed side of the blade. It *really* hangs on the splitter and I coln't make a satisfactory adjustment so I removed it. I have measured the tooth to fence distance (using the same tooth) at the infeed and outfeed sides but something isn't right. I assumed that the wood was an even thickness but maybe I'd better pull it and run it through the planer. Any other suggestions?
    TIA,
    Chiz
    Later,
    Chiz
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    If you have one, I'd run the piece through a planer instead of using the jointer. If you don't own a planer, you might try making your sacrificial fence out of MDF.

    You might also try waxing the sacrificial fence.

    [ 05-22-2005, 10:28 PM: Message edited by: BadgerDave ]
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