I just installed a Jet riser kit on my PCB330BS bandsaw. It can be done, but I recommend you look for a better fit. When I opened the box and looked at the parts, everything looked good. The riser block and blade guard were painted white, but...
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14 posts in 206 days
Location: Garland, Texas
GeBeWubya is a retired Mathematician/SW Engineer, trying to teach himself woodworking while keeping the number of fingers intact.
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|added project||X-Box Eye Stand||101 days ago|
|commented on||I love mine!!!||106 days ago|
|commented on||Lessons Learned #1: Jet Riser Kit on a Porter-Cable Bandsaw||112 days ago|
|added blog entry||Lessons Learned #1: Jet Riser Kit on a Porter-Cable Bandsaw||113 days ago|
|replied on||Harbor Freight's BEST Tool Bargains||118 days ago|
|commented on||I love mine!!!||118 days ago|
|started topic||Bandsaw Riser Kits: Grizzly, Jet, or Delta||121 days ago|
|added blog entry||Shop reorg #5: Shelving under the lumber loft||122 days ago|
|added project||Pipe Clamp Fence||122 days ago|
|added blog entry||Shop reorg #4: Lumber Loft Lift||128 days ago|
|added blog entry||Shop reorg #3: The toolbench fills and the loft rises||132 days ago|
|added blog entry||Shop reorg #2: Mortising an 8' 4x4||134 days ago|
|added blog entry||Shop reorg #1: A new toolbench||134 days ago|
|added project||Christmas 2011 Turned Cups||206 days ago|
|signed up||GeBeWubya's Profile||206 days ago|
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I’m one step closer to being organized! I built a shelf unit to hang on a french cleat between the posts of the lumber loft. I intentionally built it upside down. The top shelf is wider than the bottom, so there is more useable spac...
John came back to town and we erected the Lumber Loft. The fit was pretty good, meaning it only took moderate persuasion with the dead blow, crowbar, screws and dowels through joints, and shims under one foot. John designed, cut, and insta...
After two days filled with bunches of tiny tasks, the shop takes shape. There’s still too much slop to swap to be a ship shape shop (ok, I’ll stop), but I did make some progress. The toolbench now has a top, a line of tools (mini-lat...
Last weekend, my good friend John came to town to help me with the Lumber Loft. While I was cutting the crowns for the posts, he built all the feet and cut the half laps on all the rails and stiles. Then came the task that neither of us kn...