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Old 07-10-2018, 12:47 PM
John Riepma John Riepma is offline
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I don't know how old your blade is but if you have a good caliper or better yet a micrometer you may want to check the thickness of the blade right at the rim and again at a couple of places farther in toward the arbor hole. In my experience the wear is always greater at the start of the cutting edge and when the rim with the diamond coating begins to wear wedge-shaped it can "pop" the last bit of the cut.
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