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It certainly would be a good thing to correct but I don't think 1/50 out is the cause of your problem.
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On 8/30/2013 8:26 PM, ts wrote:

Yes it is a pain but you have a problem, and that is how you remedy it. Set your saw up correctly and your TS will be more accurate than your Slider.
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"ts" wrote:

--------------------------------------------- You are in the "close but no cigar" area. ---------------------------------------------

------------------------------------------------ Accuracy must no be very high on your list.
No way does a sliding miter saw compete with a properly set up T/S. ---------------------------------------------------

----------------------------------------------- Well yes but what that have to do with anything? --------------------------------------------------
Let's start over.
Get a piece of MDF, anything from 1/2"-3/4" thick.
Cut a 10" x 10" piece, then drill a 5/8" dia hole centered in the middle.
Use this MDF piece as the flat test blank and insert it onto blade spindle.
Repeat dial gage measurement front and back, then get back to us.
Lew
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