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#1 posted 07-19-2012 12:29 PM

hhhopsk – the table’s flat and there’s no vibration with my regular blades (freuds). It’s a stacked set, precisely what knottscott has pictured. I did try adding another washer (off my RAS) and the cut improved a little but the vibration was still present.

knottscott – throw all the stones you want. I fully realize it’s not a top of the line set. The teeth on the outside blades are not flat set which causes the corners to be not exactly square or the bottom flat. It’s not too much of a problem to clean up in softwood or plywood but more work in hard woods. What I’m wondering, with the .01” difference in arbor diameter, is would I be still be having the uneveness problems with a more professional set.

pinto – it’s a Grizzly TSC-10 table saw (1986 vintage) and a Avanti Pro 8” stacked set.

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