Why am I having such a hard time cutting african mahogany on my table saw? I am trying to cut a long 45 - and the wood is binding and pinching the blade, and once off the saw - (where I had to stop mid cut) one of the pieces is curling right up - (TWANG - for sound affect). OK< so I decide to straight rip it and still getting binding. I have already checked that my fence is square etc... AND, it isn't happening on all pieces, but what a pain in the neck. I feel like I am going to have to make all my rips with the Festool to be safe.
I can take a picture if I need to...but let me know if you have any ideas. I am wasting really expensive wood down there..ouch!
p.s. not happening on other species either, which I tested.