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Posted on Rikon 10-326 wandering/Flexing

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#1 posted 11-27-2018 07:18 PM

I would check the bearings first, then make sure you have the tension correct. Don’t go by the gauge on the machine. Also double check your feed rate.

I have the 10-326 and just recently put a 1/2” timberwolf blade on for resawing. As long as i watch my feed rate, I get little to no drift. As soon as I push the wood faster, the blade wants to start moving on me.


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