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Blade type what are the uses of differant blades?

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Blades are available for different applications. A few common blades include:Steel Blades are inexpensive and work well for cutting softwood. Steel blades dull quickly in hardwood. High-Speed Steel Blades are harder than steel blades and stay sharp longer. Carbide-Tipped Blades are more expensive than other blades, but they stay sharp much longer than steel or high-speed steel.

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Can I use my metal chop saw to cut wood if I replace the blade with a wood saw blade?


Its conversely sometimes possible if you was asking about a wood saw with a steel saw blade but i cannot advice that in both application its not safe because not only of the difference of power but most it is the much higher RPM by diameter, just beware always on the max rpm you can read on your saw blades!!, it can give strange accidents with objects it can grab and swinging outbroken parts away.

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How do I change a saw blade on a scroll saw


Which Scroll Saw are you using...there are multiple brands and multiple models. Help us out and tell us which one you have.

Most of the time there is a clamping mechanism that holds the top of the blade in place. Many models have a door or some access point to the lower end of the blade, too, which you'll have to get to as well.

You'll also usually find that there is some type of blade tension device that needs to be released and then reset before you can install and use a new blade. Make sure the new blade is the same length as the old one, also, make sure that it's the same type of blade, some have a small pin top and bottom, some do not.

Finally, check out YouTube and see if anyone has put up a video for your brand of Scroll Saw. May be the answer.

Good luck and be safe.

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New blades, new belt.. burning the wood when I try to maky any type of cut


Is the blade the correct one for the type of wood you are cutting?? There will be recommendations on the saw blade. Finer toothed blades are for plywood, etc. Aggressive or large tooth blades are for thicker wood.

May 15, 2012 | Craftsman 10" Table Saw

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How do I change the blade on a Craftsman 10"


Hi Tom, W/D here.
There are usually three different ways that blades are installed and/or removed. All require that the power be removed from the saw first (pull the plug, please).
1. The most common method involves a shaft lock, so look for this first. It will appear as a button on the motor, near the blade. When you depress the button, you'll need to rotate the shaft/blade by hand until the lock sets in place in the shaft. Then, while still holding the shaft lock button down, use a wrench to loosen the blade. (Look at the threads to make sure that you are turning in the right direction, as this may be reverse threaded).
2. Less common is a shaft that has an allen socket in the end of it. Place the loosening wrench on the not, then place the allen wrench in the end of the shaft.
3. If all else fails, you can, VERY carefully, wedge the blade down into a piece of soft wood such as pine, then loosening the blade with a wrench. Make very sure that you keep all of your bodily parts out of the line of fire when using this method, as the blade can turn suddenly, and you don't want to have anything caught up and cut by the blade.
Hope this helps, Best regards, --W/D--

Nov 04, 2011 | Craftsman 10" Table Saw

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The blade is not sqare to the front of the table, with the fence next to the blade there is a 1/8 inch differance. how do i adjust the blade or the motor/shaft


you don't adjust anything but the fence if I understand the question correctly. You are using the fence for a straight cut and there is a gap, if so on the back of the saw UNPLUG SAW FIRST you will find a schematic about hhow to adjust the fence but all you have to do is loosen the 2 bolts where the arrows are I believe they are 10MM and lift the guard out of the way then gently run the fence next to the blade and "push" the fence square to the blade and tighten the bolts, usually it takes a couple times (I always recheck it). Now if the blade set at 0 degrees is not square you reset the angle from the front. Let me know if you need more help

Feb 25, 2011 | Dewalt DW744X 10" Portable Table Saw

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Raising and lowering the blade is really tight.


what I do is turn it over and using compressed air blow out as much of the dust as you can and then find a dry silicone type lubricant to thoroughly spray the threads and the slide portion of the saw. let dry and then move blade up and down a few times, you might have to repeat this but it works.

May 23, 2010 | Dewalt DW744X 10" Portable Table Saw

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Blade isn't cutting well. It smokes and the wood rides up as it is cutting. The saw is 14 yrs old but blade has only been used a few times. I think it needs alignment. Can I do that myself?


You should be able to adjust the fence but every model is different so I probably cannot tell you exactly how. My Biesemeyer fence has 2 set screws on front guide of the fence for parallel adjustment to the blade (this fence is a single piece fence). I had a Sears contractor saw that had 2 bolts on the top of the fence that needed to be loosened, the fence moved parallel, and the bolts tightened again (the Sears fence was a bolt together fence). Whatever fence you have I would think the adjustment would be on the front part of the fence. I would remove the fence (the fence only, not the guides) from your table saw and take a close look at it for any adjustment screws (the Biesemeyer set screws are somewhat hidden) . If the fence bolts together you will probably need to loosen the bolts to do the alignment. There is a quick check you can make to verify the problem is the fence not being parallel to the blade because your problem could also be caused by a bent saw blade arbor (the saw blade would wobble as it turns)

ø Lock your fence down and measure from the front of the blade to the fence and from the back of the blade to the fence. These measurements should be within 1/32” (ideally is should be zero).
ø If the fence passes the test above, you can see if your saw blade shaft is bent by sliding the fence very near the blade, locking the fence down, and rotation the blade by hand (unplug the saw first). If the blade rubs on the fence as it rotates then you could have a bent arbor, a bad arbor bearing, or a bent blade.

Oct 03, 2009 | Craftsman 10" Table Saw

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I have a skill table saw model 3400 type 2. The


I would check to see that ID of the blade arbor matches the OD of the motor arbor, and you are not missing an adapter ring. Then I would get some acetone and a wire brush clean all surfaces where the blade seats. This is also good practice for Jacobs chucks on drills, that allow the drill bits to spin.

Jim

Aug 04, 2009 | Skil 10" Table Saw 3400

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Blade doesn't stay straight. bent spindle?


if the blade is mounted on the motor shaft? if it is, then you need to replace the motor bearing.

Apr 12, 2009 | Saws

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Change blade


OK first raise the cutting head. Loosen the screw that holds the guard in place and move out of the way. Find the spindle lock on the right hand side of the gearcase and turn blade by hand (UNPLUG SAW FIRST) until it locks. With the wrench supplied with saw put it on the blade bolt and turn it clockwise to loosen, it has left hand threads, remove outer flange and blade. Let me know it you need any more help

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