Freud CD010 10" Calibration and Sanding Disk

I've been looking for a way to align my tablesaw, miter gauge and fence. Has anyone had any experience with Freud's CD010 10" Calibration and Sanding Disk. I am not interested in using it as a sanding disk - but as an alignment tool. I would mount it in place of the blade and with the use of dial indicators align the setup. What do you think?? Is there a better way??? Thanks in advance for your help. It's appreciated Joe jeshjr@comcast 4/30/2004 @ 14:03
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I've been using a 10" sanding disk that I got years ago and it works for me. I'll admit I probably got lucky since this disk has less than .001" runout (measured with a TS Aligner Jr.) and I only use it for alignments. Cost a whopping $10 back when I got this one and they're probably double that (or more) now.
Bob S.

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On Fri, 30 Apr 2004 18:03:39 GMT, "JOSEPH SHEA, JR."

I simply use ONE tooth of any blade for the slots and the fence. The miter gauge is easily aligned by flipping the cutoff and matching it back to the main part, and/or checking the cut against one of my better brand squares.
Using the same tooth means it dosen't really matter if the blade or arbor has run out. You can pick any tooth, just use the same one until you finish each iteration of an alignment operation. All you need is a $0.89 Sharpie.
Barry
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