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Welcome to the forum. I don't know a source (ie tutorial) for using a dado, although I am sure one of the other members may have one for you. I would recomend doing a search on making a table sled as this will help you.
Tips for using a dado:
- make a few shallow passes rather than one deep one
- use a caliper - for width of dado and depth of cut
- use a finger board to reduce chance of kick back
Setup is actually not very complicated. The two full plate blades go on the outside and the chippers and shims are sandwiched between them. The outside blades are not interchangeable and must be located on a particular side. The outside blade teeth have a beveled edge on some of the teeth, the low point of the beveled edge faces the inside of the stack.
~~Don't worry about old age; it doesn't last that long.
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