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How to Calibrate a Table Saw Fence

Bruce Kieffer is a professional furniture maker who always wants his tools to be as accurate as possible. In this clip, he demonstrates his technique for calibrating the fence on a table saw so that you’re assured of dead-on cuts every time.

Source: WoodWorkersGuild

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