I seem to remember buying a finish or veneer blade for the 8" table saw and setting a shallow angle, then ripping the 3/4" spruce only to within about 2" of the end of the board. (to keep it from becoming a projectile) However, the 10" saw I now have has tons o' blade wobble and I have no finish blade. As to the obvious, I have indeed hydrated the mandolin in a plastic bag, but it has gone un-repaired for so long, the top will NOT close with any clamping pressure short of damage. Any quick ways of cutting "nice thin" spruce patching splines before I resort to building a planing jig for spruce ?
Many thanks for any takers,