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I just bought a DW735 planer and ran a 6" x 24" piece of 3/4" poplar through it, with the planer set to remove 1/16" of thickness. I used the speed 1 (slow). It ran through fine, but I got several irregularly spaced ridges about 1/64" to 1/32" wide that ran the length of the board. The ridges are about 1/64" high, protruding up from the main reduced thickness of the board. The same thing happened over and over again. Is this normal? Do I have to return the machine for a blade change? I have not taken the machine apart to inspect the blades.

Posted by DBrost on Jul 13, 2008

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