Any tips will be appreciated. Saw leaves burn marks on the ripped edge of the piece between the rip fence and blade, but not on the waste piece.
Short account- pm 66 cab saw. I have replaced the factory fence faces with mdf to get a smoother and flatter fence. I have tested and aligned the mitre slots to blade and blade to fence, and blade to rip fence. My rip fence when testing with a dial caliper, starts at .000 and ends at .002, however it does go to .003 at certain points along the fence, could this .001 cause the burning. I set the fence to cant at the outfeed, I set it dead on, and both ways still burn. I tried maple, red oak and they both burned. I also tried mdf, with no burn. I tested my blade. A Forrest WWII, and that was .002 out accross the blade. Is that too much? Sparkling clean blade, cleaned and lubed trunions, hoping when I was done, it would have magically fixed itself. This just started happening recently, so I went through all of the above to no avail!
thanks Joe P