|Project by Gianni||posted 03-19-2014 10:23 PM||1520 views||5 times favorited||7 comments|
My folks bought a small craftsman hobby bandsaw 20 some years ago and I used to mess around on it from time to time. It’d been sitting for a number of years, so I brought it to my house and used it on and off as needed. Watching the Drunken Woodworker weekly wrap up a couple of weeks ago, he answered an email question about his favorite tool with the bandsaw, because it offered him the most opportunity to be creative.
That inspired me to break it out again, blow the dust off, and tune it up a little. I don’t think I can take much credit for creativity on these, as they are basically projects that I had favorited to revisit at some future time. I do think they turned out nice, especially with all of the sanding basically done with a dremel. The walnut one had some very tight spots where I couldn’t get to with anything other than a popsicle stuck with sandpaper glued on it, so it’s pretty rough in there. Next time i’ll have to draw them up with sanding in mind.
Cherry and walnut, danish oil finish. Been using that a lot lately and appreciate the simplicity. Thanks for looking, and any advice on getting a smoother cut from the bandsaw are appreciated.