Jay, FWIW, my experience on the DW733 is the same, the metal seems to
be susceptible to dulling and chipping. Much more so than my jointer
I am not sure if the blades on the 733 and 735 are the same though.
Mebbe he meant the 734 -- the kissin' cousin to the 735. But still not
I dunno - I'm only a weekend dorker but mt blades are holding up fine.
Lotsa' Oak, Maple and Mahogany have passed underneath.
I take real light cuts...
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