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Posted on Table saw arbor flange runout

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jerryz

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#1 posted 02-11-2010 07:28 PM

There was a post not long ago that mentioned this same issue, the solution for the flange runout was to place the arbor at 45 Deg and lift it so that by attaching a stone to piece of wood perpendicular to the flange and turning on the TS you would carefully remove the high spot on the flange.

As for the arbor runout make sure you measure it right at the spot were the blade is tightened with the nut.

You should be able to fix those issues permanently I would hate having to shim and reshim evey time I replace the blade.

Update!
Found that article: http://lumberjocks.com/topics/14440 and also the link that was provided courtesy of a1Jim
http://woodgears.ca/saw_arbor/index.html

Be safe


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