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#1 posted 09-13-2012 01:05 AM

Wow what a response!! First lets see if I can insert some photos, first is the arbor, I have laid a streight edge on it to see if it was indeed streight … appears to be OK. Well been at this for some time now, can’t seem to figger out how to get photos inserted here.
Let me answer some questions:
It is not chipping out the sides, the bottom is uneven like each chipper blade is a different size.
This is a new set never sharpened or resharpened I should say.
The TS is a Rigid 2424. The stock is not lifting off the table, I use a fingerboard on the fence to hold down.
If I could get dados like Knotscott shows I would be happy as a pig in mud!! And if I could get photos to show up here I’d show what I mean … I’m just not much of a computer guy, the G-Grandkids will be here in a few weeks maybe they can show me how.
I will contact Rigid to see if they can send a new arbor, this thing has a lifetime gaurentee. Lets see if they stand behind it??
Thanks to everyone for their help.

-- Grumpy old guy, and lookin' good Doin' it. ... Surprise Az.

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