Re: sb 13 compound angle markings. PROBLEM SOLVED ...
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On Thursday, September 30, 2021, 01:17:58 PM CDT, ken campbell <deltainc@...> wrote:
upon further review ... and a cold pepsi ... as a 40 year expert craftsman, i never admit to mistakes ... but a certain dumbutt made a teensy error and now i can happily let you know that Southbend has not let us down ... those degree marks are actually ( nearly ) correct ... still best to set critical angles with an indicator tho ...
ken relieved ...