Jake- He has a 3612, not a 3650.
gmack-I agree that it is better for the back of the fence to be further away from the blade (this is actually recommended by some experts) but if he can get new wings for free and solve his problem why should he settle for "close". I beg to differ, but a couple thousandths one way or the other can make the difference between a clean safe cut and a burnt dangerous cut.IMHO
[ 02-20-2004, 06:32 PM: Message edited by: Lorax ]
I agree Loraz a couple of thousands can make a difference, if it's the fence going toward the blade in the rear. But as long as the fence is going away from the blade in the rear, you shouldn't get any wood burn. As for getting the new wings, I also agree, if he wants to spend all that time attempting to align the fence again:)
Sorry Lorax... called you by the wrong handle earlier:)