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Location: Aransas Pass Tx
Website: http://www.gastro-grub.com

I am a retired professional chef from NY.

After retiring I decided I wanted to learn about woodworking. So far I've been at it for 6 months and I am loving it.

I'll share a secret with you all, One of the things I have discovered is that woodworking has more in common with professional cooking than it does with construction.

BTW, my profile picture is Osso Buco Milanese with Risotto Milanese.

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#1 posted 02-05-2017 04:07 PM

Hi all, I am new to woodworking and I have just installed a new
freud crosscut blade on my tablesaw. The crosscuts are coming out with one very smooth side one very rough side. The piece of wood on the left side of the blade is as smooth as can be but the piece that comes off the right side of the blade is as rough as can be. My dewalt crosscut blade didn’t do that. Does anyone have any idea what might be causing this?

By the way I’ve tried the same cut with and without a zero clearancee insert, with and without a blade stabilizer, and with the miter gauge in both slots. No matter what I change I get the same exact results.

If the definition of insanity is doing the same thing again and again and expecting different results what is doing different things over and getting the same result? :-|

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