I'm looking for feedback on the best way to level a scrollsaw so the
blade is exactly perpendicular. I've tried several methods
1 - using an engineers square and a white piece of paper to judge the
2 - using a digital protractor (the beall tiltbox) - this one stinks
3 - making a cut, turning the piece around, and using the back of the
blade as a guide.
4 - cutting out an inside shape, and having it slide out in both
Nos 3 and 4 seem to be the best ways.... I've been able to get the
table close, but not perfect. Even when I think I am dead on, I'm not.
The goal is to achieve #4 - I'm making puzzles out of .75" to 1.5"
stock, and can't seem to get the pieces to fit together in both
I'm using a Delta Shopmaster - the better one (it comes with the
base.) Other than this I'm pretty happy with it.
thanks in advance for the insights,