I see many discussions on how to curl and uncurl bandsaw blades.
If I have the wall space what is wrong with hanging them in an uncurled
position as long as I use something that will not kink or fold the blade and
the hanging point. I was thinking of two brackets with soft rubber water
pipe insulation on the bracket.
They will take up about 6 times more space and be about 6 times more likely
to be smacked by something. Otherwise you can store them this way, no
problem. In my case a 16" diamdter circle works better for than 47"
something that will kink the blade..
ALSO.. I'd recommend hanging blades with the teeth FACING the wall to avoid saw
tooth/ body part contact... DAMHIKT
I want to thank all of you for your replies.
I have a enough wall space to do tis and not get in the way. It just seems
easier than coiling them since I will likely be changing them from doing
bandsaw boxes to resawing and back again.
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