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Posted on Dewalt DW734 Leaving 3/16" Depression the Length of Every Board - Even Light Cuts

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#1 posted 03-19-2012 03:58 AM

You might be able to shift them ever so slightly so that marks made by the nicked area of one blade will be repaired by the now shifted portion of the next blade. I don’t know if this works but I read it somewhere. It makes sense on the surface but it could have been a complete fabrication.

I have a DW735 for which I have yet to examine the cutter head assembly (I know they are completely different). I purchased an extra set of knives when I got it just in case they got damaged in the middle of a job. It has been such a long time since I bought them I expect that when they are needed they’ll be a difficult find at best. Those that believe in power tool voodoo will nod their heads ever so slightly.


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