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

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

Is the blade adjusted high enough? If the blade is not high enough you will get a dished cut., ummm this might be the cause of some of my problems, as i was trying to keep the blade as low as possible in an effort to minimize any kind of deflection. Your term “dished” made sense to me and after thinking about the blade etc, this could be the case..thank you.


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