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Teething problems with my woodland mill

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6 minutes ago, gdh said:

Tracking takes a bit of getting used to but it's not too bad, just remember not to track the other side unless you talk to them first. 

 

We had a problem with blades coming off and it turned out to be oil /grease on the new ones we had to wipe off.

Never seemed to have that issue with my saw as when you do the first cut seems to clean off the blades.

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55 minutes ago, topchippyles said:

Never seemed to have that issue with my saw as when you do the first cut seems to clean off the blades.

We never had it until recently when we bought some ripper37 blades and couldn't work out the problem. Just gave them a quick wipe with a rag and they were fine after. It's possible they just overdid the oil on that batch.

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