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dlgWoodWork

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#1 posted 03-03-2008 06:10 AM

A lot of good responses have been mentioned already. I will add one more. You have your cutoffs listed as either 4 or 6 inches long. That is a pretty short piece of wood to try to be ripping, if that is what you are doing. I know from experience. I was ripping a piece of maple about 6 inches long once, once the end of the cut was made, the back of the piece climbed on top of the blade, then the blade threw it off my chin. Make sure if you are ripping stock, that the piece is long enough to pass the back of the blade when the cut is complete.

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