|Forum topic by UncannyValleyWoods||posted 06-06-2013 05:39 PM||1202 views||0 times favorited||9 replies|
06-06-2013 05:39 PM
I was going through some random blocks I’d been given, practicing my band saw box skills. One of the blocks was a huge laminated piece of Mahogany and Hard Maple that a buddy of mine had given me. They were the left over tops to a set of stair case rails.
What I didn’t know was that these pieces had been laminated together with Liquid Nails. While cutting through it with the bandsaw, the liquid nails residue collected on the blade and totally gave it the wammy jammy.
I know that the most likely end is that I take my ass down to woodcraft and buy a new durn blade. But I’m hoping someone has a solution that does not involve forking out extra dough.
I’ve tried a wire brush, sand paper wax (A really terrible fracking idea), more wire brush etc…
It’s a brand new 1/4” blade on a Rikon 14”.
Any thoughts are welcome. Thanks.
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