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Posted on How Much can a blade affect a miter cut.

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#1 posted 10-11-2012 05:55 PM

If the blade is dull, it should burn the maple while cutting, plus be hard to pull thru the maple. I am wondering if there is some slop in the saw carriage for you to be getting such a cut. Have you tested to be sure it’s not an optical illusion ?

A dull blade will also cause chipout, especially at the ends of the cut.

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