I find when ripping 1"kiln dried birch my blade does a bit of wandering. I
tried a 36 tooth flat tooth for ripping and a 40 tooth atb for comparison
and they both do it. Both blade a sharp. Is this normal, would blade
stabilizers help prevent this? Does not do it with pine.
I have to compensate for the flexibility of the fence on my proxxon
table saw, usually by clamping a piece of stock to the table behind it.
And, like Leon says, use a featherboard or similar to keep the board up
against the fence.
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