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Blade vibrating tried to rip a piece of MDF. It got caught and twisted the blade. It seems like either the blade is bend or the motor shaft. It made funny noisy after I switched it off especially near the end of the spinning.

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Hi, put a new blade on and try it again
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Sometimes you will experience more dust when cutting MDF, say, instead of plywood or hardwood. Try a blade with more teeth, perhaps, or a slower feed rate, or equip your saw with a vacuum system to extract the cut dust from below.
Another item to check is the motor itself. Make sure a sliver or shim of wood hasn't fallen through the throat plate and impeded the flow of air to the motor. Make sure the motor is free of dust and can breathe.
In any case, I recommend you wear safety glasses and a dust mask of some sort, to protect yourself.

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