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#1 posted 08-15-2014 10:08 AM

There are a lot of issue,s who can cause a bad sawing result, but believe me it isn,t mostly the blade. The tolerance of most well made sawblade,s are very high.
But thin blades need a very precise machine. What is the diameter of the flanks (For good working mostly this has to be at least a 1/4 of the blade diameter, in your case 2,5” but 1/3 is better, especially by thin blades), Are the flanks flat and are they clean. The max swinging of the flanks has to less than 0,01 mm. What is the sawblade speed (revolutions per minute). When this is all oke it is a lot more diffecult to find the problem, but I would search the problem in the machine and not in the blade. Also it is important to know how many teeth the blade has and your wood thickness It’s worth to mention that a full blade has less wobble. The same as by wood, how thinner how more instable. And yes also bad belts can cause fibration with lead to bad sawing results.


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