Transform your ordinary band saw into an extraordinary resaw machine! Here is an easy-to-install way to optimize your band saw without a major investment of time or money. The Carter Band Saw Guide lets you perform re-saws with a high degree of effectiveness. Your blades will track more consistently and with less friction than ever before! Adjustable from 1/8" to 1" blade width. Fully sealed and lubricated. The kit includes all required mounting hardware plus complete instructions for mounting.PLEASE NOTE: These guides will not fit older band saw models with vertical guide posts that have hex-shaped shafts.Available in two models for either Jet or Delta band saws:39360 - Fits Jet 14" Band Saws (does not fit Jet Hex Shaft).39373 - Fits Delta 14" Band Saws (does not fit Delta Hex Shaft)
Three varieties of 3/8" end cut blades for cutting a wide range of materials with your multi-tool. Use the Wood/Metal blades for cutting wood, plastic, fiberglass, nails, non-ferrous metals, thin sheet metal, and hardened fillers, the Standard Wood blades for wood, plastic and drywall, and the Precision Wood blades for fine cutting of wood and soft plastics. Great for plunge cutting, shimming and precision cuts. Stepped profile allows the blade to cut flush with the surrounding surface. Designed for use with Rockwell Sonicrafter Multi-Tools RK5139K (46768) and RK5140K (48783). Universal Fit System also allows it to be used with almost any other multi-tool. Also available in packs of 3 (see below)Technical Details:3/8" end cut saw blade allows flush cuts, plunge cuts and precision cuts in a variety of materials.Capable of plunge cuts up to 1-1/4" deep.Stepped profile allows cuts flush to the surrounding surface.Use with Rockwell Sonicrafter Multi-Tools RK5139K (46768) and RK5140K (48783). Universal fit system adapts to fit other multi-tool brands.
Miters depend on end grain-to-end grain glue joints, which can be weak and subject to failure. Dividing your miters in two to build an octagonal shape creates twice as many opportunities for trouble. Our author solved the challenge by painstakingly tuning his saw's miter settings and adding pentagon-shaped decorative splines at every miter.