Uh, giving away my early life as a mathematician. I'm one of those
people who, when asked to think of a number between one and ten, thinks
of something like "square root of 11".
Okay ... anyway, the hole in my Dewalt DW788 table top is a small
teardrop shape. The table screws onto the base nice and rigidly.
The blade, when connected and tightened in, is nice and vertical. So
far, so good.
BUT ... the x-axis (left to right) is not centered. That is, if you are
directly in front of the saw and you look at the blade going through the
hole, it is off to the right. Now, if it were just a tad to the right
of the center, I wouldn't give it much thought. But it's more than a tad
(what IS a tad anyway?).
The blade is almost all the way to the right side of the table hole.
It's okay as it is for level work, but I think that tilting the table to
the left would pose a problem.
Does anyone know if this can be adjusted? Or do I need to go through
Dewalt technical support (groan).