Your key stock should be made from hardwood to prevent it from wearing down from the constant use it'll see. After The dado blade is set up and a test cut is made, I'll sand it down to it's final size. It really doesn't take long to remove the extra thickness, so take your time and try to get a nice even pin. I've found that when you can push the pin into the test cut fully using just your thumb, it's about right. Before we can cut the slot for the indexing pin, the distance across the dowels must be measured. Set the blade height a hair higher than the index pin and run the box joint jig through the blade. You'll find that there's raised bumps on the back of the main fence where the mounting screws went through. I'll show how I dial in the box joint jig and the procedures used to cut accurate box joints.
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Set a Reminder and we'll send you an email when it's time to stock up on items you buy regularly or seasonally, like air filters, fertilizer or mulch. Alton wrote in a couple of days ago, asking about whether Dewalt upgraded the rip capacity on their popular DW745 table saw.
Was going to buy DW744X for the larger capacity, but went with the DW745 because it’s easier to move. When I move the end of the rails flush to the end of the saw table the face of the fence lines up with 15″ on the scale. I was looking over the new saw (I think it was the new one), and couldn’t see any difference. What they did (I’m sure) was move the fence to the extreme end of the sliding rails, which added 3 and a bit inches, and narrowed the fence a bit as well to get the full 20 inch capacity. PS The DeWalt rail system is the easiest of all table saws to adjust, and accurate enough for any on site work. I did find an insert for the 744 and 746 saws that is also said to be compatible with the DW745 saw (DW-2 via Highland Woodworking), but it notes that it is incompatible with the saw’s splitter and guard. Short story: there are no zero clearance inserts for the DW745, at least to my knowledge, because they would defeat several of the safety measures designed into the saw. I will plead ignorant here to the Dewalt 744—I have a DW745 and it does everything I have asked of it including 24 inch rips.

I have had 40 years experience in the cabinet trade and my only wish is that DeWalt would make a nice compact 6 inch jointer.
Slide the nuts in the rails, set them exactly 4″ from the existing locating pins, check for parallel and BAM.
He saw a user review on Amazon that claimed a new version of the saw features an expanded 20-inch rip capacity, but every online source still describes the saw as having a 16-inch rip capacity. That’s okay, because Alton did a little investigative work and confirmed that his local Home Depot was in fact carrying upgraded saws with the new rip capacity. But the extra capacity would still come in handy should you want to make rip cuts any larger than the maximum 16″ width the previous version can handle.
One thing maybe one of you can answer, does anyone make a zero clearance insert for the 745? I will likely be using some thin stock (with a Grr Ripper) and would love to have one (preferably not having to make my own though I do have a Dewalt scroll saw I could use if needed) Thanks!

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