CGF II, Certified Grumble Framer Level 2
- Dec 5, 2015
Just got a new saw, and I'm already finding its weaknesses. Any moulding with a moderate gesso coating will chip out at the top back corner; no matter if it's a cheapo matte black or nice water gilded profile. Slowing down the blade travel seems to help some, but doesn't fix the problem entirely. On this particular saw, the blades travel horizontally, not vertically. Is it possible that switching to blades with a more aggressive tooth angle would make a difference?