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Solving a band saw problem

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Solving a band saw problem

Postby justaskin » 24 Oct 2016, 07:06

I was having problems setting up with sloppy rotating blade side discs. Turned up some some lignum vitae dowels to fit. Works a treat in resaw and veneer mode.

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Re: Solving a band saw problem

Postby Andyp » 24 Oct 2016, 07:40

A very nice man had already replacd the guide blocks on my BS with LV. Works a treat.

If anyone needs some small pieces of LV I have quite a lot and would be happy to share.
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Re: Solving a band saw problem

Postby Woodbloke » 14 Nov 2016, 19:41

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Re: Solving a band saw problem

Postby Mike G » 14 Nov 2016, 20:30

I've found bits of beech work perfectly well. In fact, end grain, i reckon almost any hardwood would do the trick.
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