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Fix for Yahoo photo jump.

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me to bill I just stumbled on it today and I know it has come up on a few of the groups I belong to so I passed it along. Mark
markknx
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Mar 27

Bandsaw adjustments and tuning

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Hi Ski Wouldn't worry about not being able to access the circlip groove, mine has only ever had a drive key with a set screw bearing on top of it, to hold it.
John Vreede
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Mar 24

Bandsaw repaired.

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Hi tailstock Check out the reply I made to Len as same things apply to your saw, albeit his has different adjustments from yours. In particular, since its
John Vreede
7
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Mar 24

Can't see how to remove drive wheel

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Hi Len Yep that removable plate is very definitely a plus. The ability to cut square is actually controlled by how well the holes for the pivoting rod are
John Vreede
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Mar 24

Ring roller

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I have the same ring roller, I believe mine came from Harbor Freight, I've had it at least 10 or 15 years, the largest ring I've made has been about 18 inches.
Bob
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Mar 18

Hydraulic damping

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1) The valve is metered out only and uncontrolled in the opposite direction. I think that means it bypasses the flow control in the reverse direction. If you
yet_another_dan
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Mar 13

sister group 4x6bandsawpics

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Ken, Heh heh heh. It's certainly the only redeeming one that I have found! Actually, today was the first time I had heard of a 4X6 Pics Group, either. But I
wa5cab
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Mar 10

Re: 4x6 bandsaw hydraulic downfeed cylinder addition not working...

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Clever Mike! All in the piston! I saved the drawings….may come in handy some time! J Bill From: 4x6bandsaw@yahoogroups.com
Bill
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Mar 1

4x6 bandsaw hydraulic downfeed cylinder addition not working properl

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Not familiar with nak55, so I looked it up. Pre-hardened, 40Rc…..tough stuff. That’s a bit more than a bi-metal blade, including aM42, is going to want to
Bill
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Mar 1

Re: 4x6 bandsaw hydraulic downfeed cylinder addition not working pro

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Hi Jim, I’ve spent kazillions of hours designing & drawing hydraulic systems. Between that, and reading ISO drawings to troubleshoot ‘em….I have a lot
Bill
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Feb 28

How do you navigate the messages?

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... I I would urge you to complain to Yahoo about it. Oddly, they are in some ways the MOST responsive company I have found with regards to SPECIFIC complaints
jim_klessig
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Feb 18

Older Cummins or new Harbor Freight 4x6

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Thanks for the input everybody. Since I could find zero info on the Cummins, I decided to gamble and go with the HF saw. It's currently on sale for $199.99,
J. Mark Wolf
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Feb 16

Cutting Magnets

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You can cut magnets, yes.The main problem is that mechanical stress on a magnet (cutting, dropping, sawing etc) will cause depolarization (random alignment of
Jwc C
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Feb 16

Broken blade - Poor setup?

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Carl, and everyone< here is my version of Carl's idea. Heat and oil dipped them for the black color and some rust protection. I sanded the black of the area
markknx
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Feb 13

Added Arm Weight and Hydraulic piston

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Bill, grand idea, however I think there may be leaks starting around the 6th or 7th cut. And ifnot caught ahead of time, could cause a mess on the floor. But
markknx
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Feb 5
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