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I would like to know what causes vibration sometimes when cutting the end of the wood and how to avoid it
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I would like to know what causes vibration sometimes when cutting the end of the wood and how to avoid it
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Which tool. If it's a router, which router? What bit specifically? Need more info.

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planer or table saw???

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Router Table Bosch, Rail Bit
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are you sure it isn't chatter???
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I'm new to all the terms but it could be chatter.
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what does your cuts look like???

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Is it the workpiece that's vibrating a little up and down as it passes the blade? Or the saw itself vibrating? The first is more like chatter. Check the blade, tooth by tooth, any broken, chipped or out of line. Is the board twisted slightly (laying on the flat table, it rocks slightly side to side), or otherwise not straight and flat, then that could cause a problem.
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Not sure what a "rail" bit is. What size is the Bosch motor? Is it variable speed?
You could be taking too big/deep of a cut. Also, the end grain should be cut first. Then, the long grain cut will take away any tear out.
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