...to cutting MDF and ending up with clean edges? A friend of mine and I spent about five and a half hours on Friday cutting up MDF using my dad's Craftsman 10" table saw (with a new Black & Decker 60 tooth carbide tipped blade) for my Adire Kit-281 and Kit-81 speaker kits. The results have me a bit concerned about just how well these parts will fit together. At first the problem was dealing with the large full sized sheets. The first cut we made was somewhat wavy and not quite 90 degrees towards the end. We then started cutting the larger panels a bit oversized and then running them through the saw again to shave off a little on each side of each panel. This produced much better results but we still ended up with several cuts that resulted in rough curved marks that the blade left behind (I assume from pausing briefly while running the MDF through the saw). I think I'm going to have to do a lot of sanding in order to get the panels to sit flat against each other at the joints. Just how forgiving are the parts of the Adire Audio 281 and 81 speaker cabinets? Most of the parts ended up at exactly the dimensions they should be but a few were about 1/32" short.