Saw question
#15
  Re: RE: Saw question by Angus ([quote='Arlin Eastma...)
(09-13-2017, 04:47 PM)Angus Wrote: Arlin, it doesn't matter if the blade is completely vertical, but it is a perfect 90 degrees to the top of the sled.

That is what I was meaning sorry
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#16
  Re: Saw question by Angus (I'm running into a p...)
I used a thin kerf on my CMS one time years ago. First time I tried it on a 1.5" African blackwood square. It deflected badly so that I deemed it to be unreliable for very hard woods. Put it back in the packaging and took it back. Have only used standard kerf since then.
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#17
  Re: Saw question by Angus (I'm running into a p...)
Get a full size blade for segments. You could try sharpening it but it still may deflect. You can use a disc sander to square them up but it's a pain.
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#18
  Re: Saw question by Angus (I'm running into a p...)
I use the thin kerf for the same reasons, I also use stabilizers.  Have not noticed any problems when the blade was sharp.
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