I believe I've been putting the blade on tight however my experience with bandsaws are with its woodworking counterpart. I realize the metal blade should be much tighter and until recently the saw has been working great. I did have two blades and when the first blade came off I attempted to hammer the kink out of the blade but when that didn't work, I put the new blade on and it did the same thing. I'm not one to bash HF but I believe in this situation something is out of adjustment and if I was more skilled with this machine I could put it back to running great again. My problem is I'm a woodworker trying to run metal working equipment.
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