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|Thread: bandsaw advice|
Oh yeah no I've been very busy!
some of my first bandsaw projects can be seen on my blog here
here are some of the things I made for the saw as (considering i found it on the street) it was rather lacking in accesories. The sort of thing i made include a crosscut sled like you would find on a table saw or a normal fence
they are relatively simple in design with not tonnes of moving parts to break
the dw100 is running nicely so far!!
sounds like a good idea
i found the saw on my way to school, it was actually at the time raining,as it usually is in london around February, luckily the electronics are all stored in a relatively tightly sealed compartment and all was well!!
thanks for the help
firstly, hi, my names max and am a newbie to the community
secondly, i have a question for the more experienced bandsaw owners out there. i recently restored and old Dewalt DW100 that i found in the street. with a now working bandsaw i have begun more ambitious projects and come off very well. However i must admit, given that the saw is almost 15 years old i believe it will not last long and therefore i am planning in advance as the to bandsaw which i intend to purchase next. I was wondering what the forums advice was on such a saw. i believe that i would be best off with a 14-16 inch throat (not sure if thats the right word) and am willing to spend up to £350.(540 dollars)
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