I have a couple questions on lowering your table saw blade.
1. How many of you lower your table saw blade beneath the table once you’re done working with it?
2. What is your reason for lowering the blade?
This week I was working on a box, after putting the spline jig which glides alone over the top of the fence, I forgot to lower and set the blade depth first, that was a step that I missed, once I placed the jig on the table it hid the blade from me, the blade was set high enough to cut 1" thick stock so the teeth were higher roughly 1 1/2" high so you can imagine what happened once I pushed the box through the blade, once I realized it was too late, so now I have my reason for making sure the blade is lowered after each use.
Randy - If I'm not on the computer than I'm out making sawdust.