Question about Saws
There are a few factors that can affect blade turning, first is the type of wood and its thickness, how fast you are tyring to push it through, they type of blade and weather or not it is sharp and that the "kurf" is set properly, if it is not set correctly the blade will bind and slow down, it can hurt the motor too. one other thing is the voltage. if you are running the saw on an extension cord rather than plugged in directly to an outlet, you may experience a voltage drop, Never use an extension cord longer than 80 feet as you will see a voltage drop of 20 volts, (depending on the size and quality of the extension cord). If this is an old saw, the motor may just be wearing out and especially if the saw has been used in a commercial environment and for many hours without cooling down. If I think of anyting else I'll add a comment later, good luck
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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