Here is a list of all the postings George Crable has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: To Save Or Not To Save|
I love receiving money boxes when I was a kid...surely taught me to save.
|Thread: ofcentre burr yew bowl|
I like it, especially the off center shape, it will showcase any food or anything you put on it
and will be picture perfect !
|Thread: First little Box|
Fantastic creation! Everything is well-put together.
|Thread: broken bandsaw blades|
When using new band saw blades, proper blade break-in procedure is a must!
1. Set the speed of the band saw to the proper recommended setting per the manufacturer.
2. Reduce the speed pressure and or saw head drop to 50% of the regular production rate for the first 100 square inches. This should provide a good chip – visually.
3. Gradually increase the blade speed until the desired cut is achieved.
Proper break-in procedure is one of the many variables affecting blade life.I hope this helps in maximizing the life of your band saw blade.
Edited By Danny Mod on 28/08/2012 08:46:22
|Thread: I must be doing something right!|
Great work eventually gets noticed. Quality wins hands down everytime.
|Thread: band saw problem|
Glad everything’s ok now. It always helps to ask questions from different forum sites in solving our machine’s problems. I do that from time to time. If you get a chance, go to www.bandsawblog.com. I have found many answers both to my simple and complex band saw and saw blade questions from their informative articles.
|Thread: What Bandsaw and tablesaw would you recommend?|
Visit www.utilitybandsaw.com for the band saw machine selection. The price list and the features are all available in that site. Get your money’s worth for blades at www.sawblade.com. 30% off compared to other brands. Just talk to them and they will help you get the right blades for you.
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