(2847 Posts) Location: Leesburg, Fl
It could have been set back a bit further so that the bottom of the cutter was more flush with the bar. Also the cutter bar should be relieved slightly so the stock can clear the steel bar after it clears the cutter. About a 10 degree bevel. I don't think that you will have a serious problem because it certainly looks like a useful tool. Really nice job. There is a slight chance that the carbide may break if you get a catch. You may want to look at the following link for replacement cutters.