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(12)In the header of the 4x6 site (conversations, photos, files, about) there is the Files tab. The file m_3130.pdf is 9th from bottom. I'm working off my
(10)Go to http://www.vxb.com/ What I would do, having my measurements ready in either inch or metric, I would scan down the left column on their webpage. I would
(15)John, I took a kitchen scale to the workshop with me and got the down feed pressure in the range of 6 pounds, and it it producing really nice cuts and what
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(8)Jim, Thomaston, CT. If you are anywhere in the Northeast, I could meet you half way. From: "Jim Miller email@example.com [4x6bandsaw]"
(4)Thanks For the information I will look for the adjusting screw. Could have used the project but This will be better in the long run . Thanks to all who
(5)I purchased a use Jet 7x12. Very similar to the one in your photo. It's amazing how much faster it can slice through thicker metal. At first, I was going
(4)I make a lot of parts from stainless. Most from 304 & 316, but I also use 303 and 17-4PH. Key thing is sharp tools, and keep the speed down. Dull tool, or too
(18)That's OK Larry, but it wasn't 4am in NZ. Like Charlie Brown said "Its no use worrying about the world ending today - its already tomorrow in Australia" - jv
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