There are some woodworking tips and tricks that you can follow to make sure that you know what you are doing. There are different parts that go into it that may have never heard of before, but their instruction will walk you through it. There may even be incidences that you think the blade broke when you are cutting a board, but it might just be that the setting is off, and you need to move more slowly through the cut.
- Many finewoodworking.com podcast listeners want to know why their bandsaw blade breaks. Steve Latta has the answers.
- Josh from California asks Steve whether he should upgrade his bandsaw or use hand tools in a situation he fears might be dangerous.
- Bob wants to know whether a jointer can do all the flattening or if planer’s are specially equipped for handling this wood working feat.
“The vise is machined purposely so the jaws are not parallel, presumably for holding power.”