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  • stacked dado blades

    Hello , Whats the best way to stack the chipper blades for 3/4" dadoes, 2 and 2 like a cross or , in an octegon paterern .

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    Re: stacked dado blades

    I do not think it maters, as long as they are not interfering with each other, I jsut put them in so the teeth clear each other, and have never seen a difference in the cut if it 90 degrees or 15 degrees, on the angle of the chippers.
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      Re: stacked dado blades

      Originally posted by BHD View Post
      I do not think it maters, as long as they are not interfering with each other, I jsut put them in so the teeth clear each other, and have never seen a difference in the cut if it 90 degrees or 15 degrees, on the angle of the chippers.
      I would spread them out so they are not all cutting at the same time, which will lessen the strain on the motor.

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