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A Wooden Band Saw Riser Block Increased Re Saw Height

A Wooden Band Saw Riser Block Increased Re Saw Height Job Site Tips Part II

Published at Monday, 10 December 2018. Industrial Machinery. By .

Partially re sawing a board on our table saw makes re sawing with our band saw easier, because the blade has less to cut and the saw serfs keep it from wandering. If our band saw marsh down during brimful width re sawing, and in many cases, it can reserve time by allowing you to re saw without installing a re saw blade.

For extra lengthy boards, it's a good idea to use in feed rollers and an out feed table to keep the board stable. For cutting exceedingly thin pieces, it's a right idea to cut them on the outer "waste" side of the saw, away from the fence, using the feather-board to measure the cut. This is because it can be hazardous to pinch very narrow slice between blade and fence.

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