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#1 posted 10-11-2012 06:07 PM

Another important effect is whether there is damage to the blade.

If, for instance one edge clipped a hidden nail or staple and got chipped at some time in the past.
This will make the blade try to cut at an angle, but the bearings and shaft are fighting to keep it straight.
The result is some interesting warpage in the blade in the cut; might even look like a wave pattern.

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