OK, I was paining 6 pieces of Red Oak down to 3/4 after replacing blades in the middle of the process. when I completed the job I had one board 3/4, one 1/2, two 5/8 and one 10/16th.
I realize I did not do any calibration after installing the new blades, I didn’t have to do any on the previous change out so skipped it this time. Also the lumber was of a poor grade with a lot of bowing and cupping. But I can’t figure out why I got such inconsistent results.
Am I asking too much of my 13” Ryobi plainer? What do I need to adjust? Any suggestions?
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