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#1 posted 01-15-2018 08:54 PM

It looks like the rounded part of the beading is down on the table. My guess is that without a flat surface on the table the cutoff is rolling on the curve and somehow contacting the blade. If that is the case you could either flip the work piece so the flat is on the bottom (that would require you to set up the cut differently) or perhaps clamp a piece of stock to what will be the cutoff so that it will not roll. The latter would only work if the cutoff piece was long enough for this to work.


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