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Posted on Ripping Hardwood - Bad Finished Cut - Circular Markings

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#1 posted 06-11-2016 05:26 AM

My experience with the 30T WWII is that it’s very good with only very minor milling marks….nearly as good as the 40T WWII. As mentioned, it’s important that the board is flat and straight. Another decent quality blade could help rule out that the 30T WWII is defective. If other blades show milling marks, it’s something in the saw….arbor flange runout, pulley misalignment, bad belt, bad bearings, etc.

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