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Simple bandsaw circle jig

10-28-2010 09:14 PM by Neightdogg | 2 comments »

Whether you have cut your turning blank with a chainsaw or purchased it online, there is a good chance you are working with a square block. There is nothing I hate more, while turning, than those square corners of a large blank picking up speed and jarring me with every rotation into my cutting tool. Fortunately cutting those square turning blanks into rounds couldn’t be much easier, as long as you have a nice band saw and a few minutes to make a jig. In this blog I will demonstrate the process, using a five inch thick 21×21 poplar crotch monster blank. As you can see all that is needed is a slot cut out for the bandsaw blade, and a row of holes directly perpendicular to t...

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