Published at Saturday, 29 December 2018. Industrial Machinery. By Adelisa Legrand.
All we did to the saw was add a riser block to increase its capability. Decided, pushing a saw too firm can swamp it down, or even current a circuit breaker. Consequently take it relaxed. If you plan to do lots of re-sawing, see below for more on greater and souped-up machines.
Blade selection and more Just about any band saw will do acceptable re-sawing. For example, all the cuts made in this story were done on an inexpensive, 14-in. band saw with a 3/4-hp motor.
Usage the widest blade your saw can handle:
1/2 in. or 3/4 in. for most saws. Wide blades create it simple to cut a straight line. Look for a blade with four teeth per inch and a hook tooth pattern. The curved teeth give you great crops (the valleys among the teeth) to clear the sawdust from the cut and help the blade track cool. Heat is a blade’s biggest enemy. Re-sawing thrusts your saw’s motor to the max, so create it simple on your saw through continuously using a sharp blade.
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