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    I'm trying to dado with the R4510 table saw, but I can't get an even cut, as I've discovered that the arbor spindle is slightly tapered where it's threaded. As a result, the dado blades don't all have the same height, and the bottom of the cut has many hills and valleys. Any solutions to this problem?

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    Re: arbor spindle on R4510

    If the threaded portion of the shaft is indeed tapered, the arbor needs to be replaced.

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      Re: arbor spindle on R4510

      I have the same problem with the R4510 I bought Mar 2010. I contacted the company and they said they had not heard of the problem and to go ahead and exchange the saw. I exchange my saw yesterday for a new one thinking maybe it was just a bad spindle on the one I had. The new one has the same problem. I am now certain this is a design problem with this saw. There is a gap between the left side of the spindle and the start of the threads. The first chipper falls into this gap and makes a deeper cut.

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