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I don't know but the ad in the magazine said the square bearing would give you better control than a round bearing plus some more other info like glue not sticking to it. Hmmm... When does someone make a cut with wet glue in wood? Doesn't make any sense. I don't get it myself. I still think a round bearing is way better. But that's just my opinion.
 

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Dr.Zook said:
Kevin, my guess is that it gives you more bearing surface to use as a guide. Also would seem to eliminate dimples in the cut, where a round bearing would follow the exact surface it was on. My guess.

Dave
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Dr. Zook, your right. That's what it also said in the ad, more bearing surface to use as a guide.
 
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