I am building some Shaker style flat panel cabinet doors. The frames are being constructed from poplar.
I set up to cut the stiles to length on my crosscut sled. I had a Diablo 80TPI “fine finish” blade in the saw. I took a squaring cut from the left side of the blade which was perfect. I slid the stock down to the stop block and ran it through on the right side of the blade and it was a disaster. The cut was very rough with pitted end grain and fuzzy edges, particularly the trailing edge, which had a burr on it that actually grabbed the kerf edge in the sled’s fence. Can somebody tell me what would cause that and what I can do about it? I repeated the processes on some scrap with the same result each time. The blade isn’t new, but hasn’t been abused. I didn’t see anything glaring on cursory visual inspection.