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#1 posted 04-03-2013 05:24 PM

Does it do it without cutting? Something is making the blade resonate, try a different blade, if it still does it you have a belt prob or the arbor is bad. I had this happen to my Unisaw, it turned out to be the nut, it was threaded crooked and putting more pressure on one side of the blade. My wife was helping me rip some long stock once and kept moving the boards to the side, it heated up the blade so much that it was ruined and did the same thing you describe, has your blade gotten hot recently?

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