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I finally got my first table saw up and running. I can finally start on all the projects I have planned.
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Congratulations Michael. Just a warning: once you start on projects they just keep coming and coming without end. But then of course, that's the fun part of all this. Don't forget to share your projects with us.

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I certainly wouldn't mind having that saw sitting in my shop nice!!

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Nice! Congrats on the new 'baby'...
How are you dealing with the slope in your garage floor? I guess until you put an outfeed table in front of it it isn't really a huge issue ...except if you want to use a Wixey.
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Even then, zeroing it pretty much eliminates the problem of a non level reference point (the table).
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This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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"I can finally start on all the projects I have planned."
No! Wait! Stop!! You need a jointer, planer, and ________ , before you begin ...
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I finally got my first table saw up and running. I can finally start on all the projects I have planned.
Congratulations... I still consider myself a newbie and still visit youtube for videos about safe operation of my new-found hobby's tools... Didn't know how much I didn't know...

Good luck with it...and stay safe...Nick. Welcome to the forum...

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"I can finally start on all the projects I have planned."
No! Wait! Stop!! You need a jointer, planer, and ________ , before you begin ...
blade collection for that saw to end all blade collections...
large collection of planes/spoke shaves...
many many more routers...
staggering collection of router bits...
drill press..
router tables...
lathes...
massive dust collector...
mortiser..
disk/belt sander...
spindle sander...
Tormex sharpening system...
hones...
HVAC in the shop...
beer cooler...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
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you started off with a nice one!

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Nice! Congrats on the new 'baby'...
How are you dealing with the slope in your garage floor? I guess until you put an outfeed table in front of it it isn't really a huge issue ...except if you want to use a Wixey.
Wixey.com - Digital Angle Gauges
Even then, zeroing it pretty much eliminates the problem of a non level reference point (the table).
My nieghbor and I about pulled our hair out to get the saw to align (.005) so I decided that I can not control the floor. If it is sloped it is very very subtle and if I need to sand things out well looks like I have to buy another tool!
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