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My Rikon 14" Deluxe Bandsaw Journey #2: It has Arrived!!!

01-28-2010 10:14 PM by Hoakie | 7 comments »

ABF truck left just a while ago after delivering my new Rikon 10-325. I purchased it through Amazon with free shipping and they provided lift gate service at no additional cost. I’ve started unpacking it but need to head back to work :( (like i’m gonna get anything done in the next 3 hours anyway). My brother in law is coming over later to night to help lift it on the stand. I’ll post pics of setup as I go.

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My Rikon 14" Deluxe Bandsaw Journey #1: And its Off!!

01-27-2010 05:54 PM by Hoakie | 5 comments »

After blowing up the motor on my Jet 12”, I decided to upgrade to what I want rather than spending money to fix the motor. As a result, I began obsessively reviewing 14” band saws, and I have ultimately decided to buy the Rikon 10-325 14” Deluxe model. Thanks to all of you who came before me who asked the question “Which 14” band saw is the best” and to those of you who left such great responses debating the topic. I made the purchase through Amazon f...

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Timberwolf blade

01-20-2010 07:45 PM by deeman | 5 comments »

Today I put on the new Timberwolf band saw blade I bought at the woodshow last Saturday. Tensioning it was a bit tricky, but after a few tries and playing around with it i finally got it. I wanted to try making a lock out of a big chunk of walnut that was given to me. I wanted to have a book matched face. So I set my new Kreg fence to just over half inch. The faces finish at 3/8. The new blade cut through the 3” walnut very easy. I was surprised. I have never had a band saw that cut as ...

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What I want in a band saw

01-19-2010 06:26 PM by richgreer | 9 comments »

One of my complaints about band saws in general is the way they tell you how much tension to put on the blade. Ever BS that I have seen has an indicator that tells you, based on blade size, how far to move the block that compresses the spring. They are notoriously inaccurate. Almost all BS blades should be tensioned to around 20,000 p.s.i.. The best way to measure this is to measure how much the blade has stretched. I own a tension gauge that takes that measurement and you really...

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Band saw Fence

01-18-2010 05:15 AM by deeman | 3 comments »

Today I put on my new Kreg band saw fence. It bolted up to the table with no problems. It works great. I also bought the resaw guide, but didn’t have a chance to use it. I did put it on the fence. I also made a quick clamp rack for the new clamps my son bought. They were annoying me on the bench where he left them. I really like the Kreg fence it is very well made.

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School Projects #1: Wooden Stool

01-17-2010 11:46 PM by L-H Johnsen | 4 comments »

I am currently studying at a school in Sweden where they learn us the art of furniture woodworking. I have always had somekind of interest in wood, but honestly could (to my surprise) extremely little stepping into this Pandrora┬┤s box of tools/woods and measurements. I have chosen to put some of my “projects” up on the worldwideweb, so that at least I can take a look back later and see what I’ve learned.. some kind of manly diary i guess. Our first assignment this last ...

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Bandsaw Blade broke / Found another problem

01-16-2010 11:39 PM by Karson | 19 comments »

The other day I was cutting up some pen blanks on the bandsaw and the blade broke. It was a 3/4” Timberwolf blade that I had welded up and it had been running noisy and had a wave movement toward the front as it went around. I had figured that it has a crack in the blade at the weld and was going to fail, but I had kept using it. So it broke. I took the covers off and removed the blade. It broke about 1/4” away from the weld. So I coiled it up figuring I’ll clean it up an...

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Bandsaw Bowl

01-02-2010 04:29 PM by PG_Zac | 0 comments »

Yes BOWL not BOX. My first project for 2010. I’ve wanted a lathe for a very long time (ever since I trained in a metal workshop), but haven’t had the free funds to justify the purchase. Many LJ’s are very inventive, so I thought I’d have a go at something new – a Bandsaw Bowl. It was actually quite easy to achieve, but I’m stuck on how to finish the item. Should I use oil? varnish? something else? All ideas would be welcomed. Here is the bowl d...

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Bandsaw Restoration #1: New Old (Really, Really Old...) Toy

12-31-2009 06:06 AM by Jimi_C | 12 comments »

As I mentioned here, I acquired a new toy last night, which I had been considering for a while. I found this on Craigslist, and I started doing some research on OWWM. As it turns out, Power King was a pretty popular machine maker back in the day, and was acquired by Atlas Press Tool Co. (another pretty popular manufacturer) in the late 40’s. The 912 was sold pretty much as-is by Atlas after that, as you can see from the OWWM page (they look almost identical except for the paint color...

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How to make a Laminated Turning Block for my S&P Mills,Ice Cream Scoop& Wine Bottle Stopper

12-29-2009 03:52 AM by Rj | 8 comments »

Here’s how to make a Laminated block for my Turned S&P Mills, Ice Cream Scoop & wine bottle stopper 1= Cut lamination strips “Any Thickness you want, see diagram” by the width and length you need to make the size block you need for your project. Example 1/8”x2”x12” ,1/4”x2”x12” and so on!(It Does take some thought how you want to organize the laminates as the outer laminates will be glued together & the th...

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