ANOTHER IMPORTANT TIP
When making cuts in any expensive piece of wood you always want to get it right the first time!!! There are many
different ways in making sure your first cut is the right cut and I'll tell you my process that works for me.
First off I'm always double checking, and triple checking my measurements that I need to cut. I'll draw my cuts
out on the wood for visual aids so I always know where my cuts should be.
When setting up the table saw I'll set the depth first then the fence distance. Remember to measure to the opposite
side of the blade from the fence, this will take in account the thickness of the blade. Once I have everything set
I'll take a piece of scrap wood and run it through the saw.
Now I'll measure that cut to what I'm expecting to see that cut be. Here you see I'm measuring the length from