What egsackly qualifys a band saw to be a re-saw and whats the diffrence. I
cut craft wood out of weird and unique peices, Plum, pear, limbs, crotch
wood,turning blocks, mostly small stuff up to 8 in wide I do this on an
old meat saw that I have converted to wood by adding guides and wood blade
the thing weighs 1,200 lb so its solid and has a 28 in clearence with the
guide all the way up. 2.5 hsp Is this a Re saw or not and why Would my
production and quality improve by moving up to We cut small but a lot and
do some on our Portable mill but Im always looking for better or atleast
looking at Thank you
i cant understand a thing when you type in one giant sentence its
impossible to read it esp when you use abbrv and have no clue where one
starts and one ends i think the best way to get an answer is to write
properly so that we all know what you mean tahanks
On Sat, 19 Feb 2005 10:11:52 -0500, "burlhunter"
A bandsaw is a resaw when it's used to resaw. When it isn't, it isn't,
although it's always a bandsaw.
Master Woodbutcher and seasoned termite
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