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  1. Power Tools & Machinery
    Hi, Recently picked up a Skill worm drive table saw and have been evaluating it. It takes thin-kerf blades and I'm seeing flex on the blades on a rip cut as the piece exits the saw blade path. This results in snipe on the bottom side of about 1/16"+ tapering to 0 about 3/4" from the end of...
  2. Power Tools & Machinery
    I've been struggling with snipe from my planer for a while now. Based on extensive research, I feel it's safe to say I'm not alone. After a lot of searching, I settled on building a feed table for it, and getting rid of those horrible fold-down tables that come with it. I ended up building a...
  3. Power Tools & Machinery
    Hello All, I saved up my money and bought the dw735x, based on reviews that it has the least snipe of all planers. It's a nice machine, but I still get very noticeable snipe and haven't yet determined the pattern as to why. Is it large pieces? deep cuts? etc. I have the stock infeed/outfeed...
  4. General Woodworking Discussion
    Hey ya'll. I just bought a Dewalt dw735x planer a few days ago and I am getting bad snipe on both ends of my boards. This is the first planer that I have ever used so I do not know how much or if any snipe is acceptable. I have both in feed and out feed tables (the ones that came with it)...
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