slide changes in 40 seconds


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This image shows how the coral should be touching the table when you start the cut. The water is dripping fast enough to keep the cut wet, but not so fast that it runs off of the table. The saw is very light weight so you can pick it up to pour the used water from the corner. The table is easy to remove and replace. You have access to the lower wheel by removing the table. This is how you adjust the the blade.

The blade is moving down toward the table at 40 mph, and you need to let it do the work. The slower you move the coral the safer your expensive blade is.

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