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Posted on Help! Bandsaw drift

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Horus

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#1 posted 05-01-2019 01:23 AM


Your bias might be misplaced. Knowing what your tool is capable of doing and its limitations comes before blaming the tool.

- sgcz75b

You are correct, it may be unfair to judge an entire manufacturer product line based on a cheap entry level tool.

Thanks William Falberg for the suggestion to remove the blade guides. While this would give me the clearance I need, I’m a little hesitant to do this, as thrust bearing would also have to be removed. Wouldn’t this push the blade off the upper wheel, even with minimal feed rates? I have visions of the blade breaking and becoming an instrument of death or dismemberment.

BTW, I like your website – if only I had the money and space…


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