Here's another thread on setup...I've noticed after a little use that the back of the blade was shaving my workpieces as I feed them against the fence. The front is cutting fine therefore indicating a problem with blade parallelism or "heel". Sure enough the back of the blade was out of square slightly towards the fence. I've figured out most of it, moving the trunions and all but I find that once I have it true, tightening the left and right trunion bolts throws it off about a 128th. Am I cranking these things down too tight? Any tips? This can get frustrating since after adjusting the heel you have to go through and adjust just about everything else again and can get very time consuming now that I'm on my third try. What kind of tolerance should I be looking for since perfect might be a little too high a standard or is it? Thanks all!
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