Re: Evens cedar beehives
> So I can make all the cuts I would need to make boxes and covers and such?
The similar Craftsman saw I have is capable of accepting 3/4" of stacked dados in place of the regular blade. As KPeacock pointed out, that is controlled by the arbor length. You could try to confirm with the seller beforehand, but check for yourself when you go there. You might want to measure the shaft length to be sure. If you remove the existing blade to measure, don't forget to account for the width of the nut.
If you can get the seller to provide the model number, you may be able to determine the saw specs online beforehand.
A 3/4" dado set on a contractor style tablesaw should be adequate for building hive woodenware.
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