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Posted on need a reasonably priced supplier for table saw arbor

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#1 posted 05-29-2017 03:29 AM

I had a craftsman and noticed also that the arbor was worn. bought one just in case (still got it new in package if i CAN FIND IT) But I decided to go shopping for a new saw instead, and if you take a dial indicator along with you, you will find that a lot of the improt saws are shy of a perfect .625” arbor. What I ended up with is a craftex (cdn…busy bee). only one that had perfect.625 arbor that I could find. Sold the craftsman with an old carbide blade on it .

As far as the stacked dado they might be being the culprit. a lot of them have negative rake and tend to lift the wor kand I’ve had occasion when the stacked set wasn’t cutting evenly, took it back to the sharpene from whenc it had just comer who had to regrind one tooth. Even now, I cut a dado twice due to the uplift.
Gave you something to think about, still got the arbour (don’t know if its for your saw to be sure/)

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