Band Saw Bench Guide

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Sterling Publishing Company, 2002 - House & Home - 160 pages
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Over and over again, you’ll find yourself picking up this reference. Filled with hundreds of 2-color illustrations and photos, here’s the most exhaustive guide ever to all the bandsaw’s settings, blades, and operations. It covers tips and shortcuts gleaned from long experience; small adjustments that give big results; plus every curve and straight cut; jigs and fixtures; patterns, templates, and ways to keep the saw running trouble-free; and proper safety techniques.
 

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Contents

Introduction
11
Wheel Maintenance Techniques
20
and Guide Blocks
29
Determining Proper Pitch
37
SpecialPurpose Blades
43
Preserving Blade Life
57
CHAPTER 3
67
Squaring the Blade and the Table
79
Making Straight Cuts
96
CHAPTER 5
123
CHAPTER 6
129
TaperCutting Jigs
140
CHAPTER 7
149
Metric Equivalents Chart
155
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About the author (2002)

Mark Duginske is a band saw expert and the author of 10 woodworking books, including "Band Saw Bench Guide" and "Band Saw Handbook," His work has appeared in numerous publications, including "Architectural Digest," "Architectural Record," "Fine Homebuilding," "Fine Woodworking," and "Woodshop News," His work in the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio in Oak Park, Illinois, appeared on "This Old House" and the PBS Frank Lloyd Wright Special. He lives in Merrill, Wisconsin.

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