Published at Thursday, 03 January 2019. Industrial Machinery. By Aiglentina Fournier.
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I checked it for square and was extremely surprised that it didn't want any adjustment. I also did a quick test cut. It worked great. I have since used it quite a bit and I really like it. This table creates an already useful tool that much more useful. And the best part was that all the substances were free.
As I specified in the start I will be entering this in the Metal Competition if you are so motivated. Thank you.
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I am not a welder by any means I just try to get a consistent amount of substance on all the edges that I weld. I have a lot to learn but I figured this would be a good chance to practice. This will not be bearing any real weightiness as I design to usage it for flat stock and cutting out knife profiles. Here I welded the inside and outside corners on all the legs.
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Here I used the bed rail/angle iron as a linear edge again. This cut is for the blade of the saw.
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I test fit the saw but noticed that the saw body was stopping the saw from reaching its full depth. So I marked the area that was causing the rubbing and ground that down. Basically I tried to grind in the profile of the saw body so that I could get a tight fit against the table.
EDIT: I added a PDF scan of a the Milwaukee Band Saw profile. This way if you have the same saw you can print this out and usage it to lay out the profile on the table.
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