A table saw is a great tool for woodworking. It’s a real multitasker, cutting boards to size, molding profiles, joinery.. the works.
But, it has to be properly tuned and aligned in order to do its work properly. Otherwise, you can see burning, ragged cuts or other issues that you aren’t going to be happy with.
Some of the important tasks involve ensuring the blade is aligned parallel to the miter slots, the 90 and 45 degree bevel stops are dead on, the rip fence is square to the table and parallel… the works.
So, today, it’s time to answer the tough question… how frequently do you align the features on your table saw?