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Tip #28
Table Saw Special Operations

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In the table saw mode, the Mark V can perform a variety of operations. Kerfing, or thinning out, allows you to bend wood without steaming. Kerfing can also be used for a decorative effect. You can also cut coves, inlays, and raised or pierced panels. Warning: Many of the special operations require the removal of the upper saw guard. Whenever the upper saw guard is removed, keep the lower saw guard in place and work with extreme caution.

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