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Posted on Sharpening Table Saw blades

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#1 posted 03-08-2007 05:50 PM

I would agree that the dull saw blades are more dangerous than the sharp ones. When the blade is dull, you have to apply more pressure to get the wood through, which can cause all kinds of problems. I did not notice this until my dad recently changed the blade on his saw. Wow, what a difference a sharp blade made. It was almost like a different animal. Now, things are a pleasure to cut, they flow smoothly, and much less tendency for binding, etc.

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