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Cross Cut - Drifting

Using the miter gauge is often a tiring task because of gripping so hard with your hand to keep the wood from slipping, or drifting when butting angles less than 90 degrees. 

In an earlier video we "dressed the guide" with sandpaper to reduce this slipping.  In this segment we put that dressed guide into action and even look at how to identify the point of entry for the blade, without even scratching the wood.


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