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  • TS3612 Blade

    The 3612 is great - adjusted the fence and blade to ensure parrell - a breeze - but I am getting a little kerf when cutting??? The blade that came with it is a carbide 40 ??

  • #2
    I'll bet it's the same blade on the TS2424.
    Andy B.

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    • #3
      "but I am getting a little kerf when cutting"

      Big, I think you're off on terminology. Any saw blade cannot help but have a kerf. Kerf is simply the width of cut.

      Can you try again on a description of the problem?

      Dave

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      • #4
        dave, kerf is simply a slit or cut in wood - the blade is leaving kerf marks in the wood..what you probably call saw marks - which is actually saw blade marks.

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        • #5
          And when we get that that means The saw misalined(sp).
          Andy B.

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          • #6
            Realigned and running smooth - thanks Andy.

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            • #7
              your welcome!
              Andy B.

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