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It look dangerous to me. How are the legs going to be fastened to the table?
Very nice. Looks like a table a Magicman would use to saw a goat woman in half.
Just curios how your going to feed lumber into this , by hand or build a power feed system. and some hold down rollers. you probably know but them saws have some sever rideup and kick back.
The ride up doesn't happen at the front of the blade. it happens at the back of the blade if the kerf tries to close up. installing a splitter helps and the kickback teeth are a must. But the saw can still kick a board back at the start of a cut before it reaches the splitter.
... I missed an opportunity on a 36" industrial bandsaw a couple weeks ago. He wanted $130 for it.
Good rendition of what the teeth may have started out like when saw was new.
I don't see that potential built into your design, but am sure you have it in your head.
He probably completed four or five projects during the last couple weeks while he was working on the lathe. Kb can start and finish a major fabrication while I'm trying to find my glasses.
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