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Resawing to make thin wood is simple in concept, but it comes with a few challenges as well.
Check out this great video from The Woodworkers Guild of America about resawing with your band saw. And then that side will start to dry.  The wood fibers will shrink on one side of the board.
There is a general misconception that once wood has been seasoned you don’t need to worry about its moisture content anymore. Resawing services are available at all Woodworkers Source stores.  Call or come by when you have a board you need resawn into thinner pieces. I made a bandsaw sawmill and had a patent about to issue for a thin kerf band operating at over twice the tension of any bandsaw and not fatigue the blades. All US band manufacturers declined to make an ultra thin blade to my specs so I had them made in Japan.
The business did not get past proving the theory of fatigue was correct with the high performance prototype, I think the owner of an orange machine manufacturer was introduced to my banker at an Indy product unveiling.
I failed to find financing to continue the machine business manufacturing and selling the sawmill, but we proved high tensions can work in primary processing, making less waste by cutting thin wood in the green form…or, like veneer, go to the next level and heat them.
If you think you have a unique and patent-able idea??…go to the DC patent office and watch the Asians and other foreign researchers going from file to copy machine. I sure would like to find a company that wants to make highly engineered beams and panels from thin wood. I made a ripping frame saw in the 1970’s and with care resawed a number of boards successfully. I had some thick Sycamore logs that were slasb sawn, I needed quarter sawn, too late I got what I got, I tried to resaw on severtal different large bandsaws, a total failure, my skjills arent very good on this although I have read different articles on how to, to no avail it just doesnt do well I expert could saw this stuff for me but there arent any here in Arizona that I know of. I ran into this problem when cutting bolivian rosewood (morado) for guitar backs and sides. Description: Come see how simple and magnificent it is to create beautiful carvings using a drawing, a photograph, or a snapshot from your camera phone.
With only about 2 cm of wood to cut between my table saw kerfs, this worked out pretty well. The last picture is a perfect illustration of why manufacturers place safety warnings on their equipment.
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Resawing lumber bandsaw JIG – HOW TO MAKEOr your own little mill, if you find a nice peace of wood in the forest! And here the sled seen from the top on the table.I use normal bolts in the T-slots, and wingnuts to fasten. Marking the fence, for drilling (measure twise, drill once, or like me drill twise, measure after…). And here with a piece of wood.On the sled you see som eyebolts that can be used to hold the log to the sled. I made some pointed cut off bolts for the buttom angels, so the log can rest in these, and then be secured from the top. Hope it can be to some inspiration, and thank you for the inspration you all bring me.(And especially those who posted milling jigs i could use as inspiration for my version).
I'm a Danish architect form 1968, who have retired because of a spinal neck operation with a bad result.
By subscribing to the RSS feed you will be notified when new entries are posted on this blog. Thanks for this, I was just looking at some logs in my shop that I would like to resaw and turn into boxes. The workpiece is flipped edge for edge, keeping the same face against the fence, for the second cut. After the first pass is made, flip the board edge for edge, keeping the same side against the fence. Check to make sure you still have a flat surface on the face of the workpiece before ripping the second board.
These three boards turned out pretty nice and will probably only need to be planed down to size. Immediately we had incredible wide cuts of thin materials and could speed up to near commercial sawmill speeds without snaking the cuts. The advantage was the blade was about 2-inches wide, and over 36-inches long, enabling me to cut wider boards than my band saw would handle.
This happens to me all too often, particularly in my garage workshop in Maine in the winter when the humidity might be 15% on a wet day.
The Oliver Intellicarve does it all very simply, allowing you to add carvings to box lids, cabinet doors, and furniture parts. A rig like that would make a nice angle plate for the drill press to hold pieces vertical for drilling the ends.


This is now giving me the chance to spend some time on my old passion 'woodworking', and allows me to work with all the lovely tools from different cultures of this world. Believe it or not, I also made a sliding jig for my new bandsaw today, but it is for cutting wedge shaped pieces instead of logs. I would suggest cutting the entire block square before slicing off flat pieces because it will be more stable without that rounded piece of bark against your straight gage .
After a couple of failures, I found you could adjust the frame against a smooth side, and control the cut very will.
This is a free demonstration with a factory trained representative to answer all your questions. Completed late Saturday evening and I was only planning on testing it but I was having so much fun I ended up cutting up the few pieces of fire wood I grabbed from the father-in-laws wood pile. For some reason, I still don’t understand why, my mind went totally blank and I opened the lower guard and reached my hand in past the running resaw blade to see if I could feel suction from the shop vac. One thing that you might see if you can make is a clamp that just comes down from the top and that digs into the wood, but that can be slid back as the wood gets thinner .
In fact wood, even with a synthetic finish applied, will continually adapt to the ambient moisture level that surrounds it. I’ve had one sitting convex side up in the sun now for a month but there has been no change.
However, after calming down and doing a bit of research, I was able to successfully re-flatten my pieces and have since used them for their original purpose.
As you can tell from the photo there isn’t much clearance in the lower cabinet and I got a sharp reminder that the saw was running which snapped me back to reality. The screws through the side are okay for screwing into the bark side, but after the bark is cut off, you don’t want to mark up the surface with a hole.
To do this, first cut yourself some boards, all of the same size, and make sure they’re somewhat impervious to warping themselves. You’re going to end up stacking these boards, so make sure you cut enough to have a bottom and top board.
Once the pieces are evenly wet, place the wet pieces between the stacking boards, stacking them vertically as you go, with the last stacking board on top – like a tall sandwich, or a big mac with lots of beef patties.



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