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  1. #21
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    I am not sure what Deknow means by "Calibrating" A table saw. Maybe he is thinking that any rule on the table saw is actually accurate as to distance from the blade. But Calibration is accuracy in measurements. Maybe he just made a bad choice in words. I think you will find more results for what I suspect he is advising if you search for Tune a table saw. In that I completely agree. In fact you should tune any woodworking equipment.

    This may help you know just what to do.
    http://www.woodmagazine.com/wood/pdf...ds-038free.pdf
    Last edited by Daniel Y; 01-30-2014 at 04:32 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleo C. Hogan Jr View Post
    Barry taught me everything I know.

    cchoganjr
    Gee Cleo, you said that with a pretty straight a face. He's joking folks!!
    Regards, Barry

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    Barry... Just wanted to throw a little praise your way, and you let the cat out of the bag. HA!!!..

    cchoganjr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleo C. Hogan Jr View Post
    Barry taught me everything I know.

    cchoganjr
    So you still know nothing?
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    In tuning you need everything square to the blade. Even if you need to loosen the table top. To adjust it.
    David

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    Great pdf on tuning the table saw.

    IMO, anyone who is half way serious about bees needs a good table saw. I don't know about making hive bodies, though. At least for me, the price differential between #3 pine and already made boxes does not justify all the work necessary to make the boxes. A question of more time than money, I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colino View Post
    So you still know nothing?
    I have been told that before too. Nothing new here. HA!!!

    cchoganjr
    Last edited by Cleo C. Hogan Jr; 01-30-2014 at 08:04 AM.

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    Thanks for all the replies. I think I'll make jigs for it like Cleo suggested. I have a welding shop so I can make my own fence to get by for now. As for paying for the wood to make bee boxes, we can get rough-cut cypress 1X12s for a dollar a foot. So making my bee boxes is a lot more satisfying and economical.

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