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Old 09-10-2019, 09:48:17 AM
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We recently acquired this large bandsaw. Quite good shape so shouldn't take much to get it going but we will have to buy a blade for it. Would this saw have been used more for wood working or for metal
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The deep depth of cut sure looks like it's for wood.
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Old 09-10-2019, 12:21:15 PM
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Nice find !!!
This one is for wood.
Set it up for a blade speed of about 3000 feet/minute.
Blades are readily available Online welded to any length.
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Its also easy to make your own blades from bulk blade material. Grind the ends on a bevel to let them overlap about 1/4" and silver solder. That type of saw would only be for wood.
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nice find, flat belt hook her up...
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For blades: www.sawblade.com
Good blades made to any size you need.
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