I just watched a Youtube video explaining how to set the blade height
on a table saw. Two schools of thought were given:
1- The "safety" alternative with the blade barely out of the wood
2- A lot of blade exposed so the cut is more downward then horizontal. Kickback is reduced by a more vertical path of the teeth down into the
I was taught a third way - the blade should be set so the bottom of
the gullet is even with the top of the board. That is, just high
enough to clear the chips out of the blade.
Ideas? Arguments one way or another?
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