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Another annoying thing about it, is that the blade will cut just slightly under this anti-splinter edge. Meaning, you can't set the guide down on the line you've marked to cut, but must set it instead just slightly over it. Else, you'll cut inside the intended line. And even then, it's not a precision thing. After making a few cuts that were narrower than intended, I find myself going back to what I did before: Overcutting, and then trimming to final exact dimensions. And wasn't that what this purchase was intended to solve?

I'm curious - did you ever end up solving that issue? I was thinking of getting the MTF3 table and a TS 55 EQ or REBQ.
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