The 20" Bandsaw has a powerful, totally enclosed, fan-cooled motor to keep dust out for longer life and maximum performance. An extra large cast iron table offers more work area in front of the blade. The table tilts 45° to the right and 10° to the left and comes standard with T-slot miter gauge. The saw blade is surrounded by a fully adjustable guard, yet easily accessible for changing. Cast iron drive wheels are balanced and equipped with vulcanized rubber tires. A lower wheel brush eliminates sawdust buildup. The convenient foot brake ensures rapid stops while the steel and cast iron construction provides additional stability and durability. Large easy-to-use handwheels give smooth adjustments. The bandsaw comes standard with a 2-speed drive pulley, and 4" dust collection port for connection to a work shop dust collection system. The upper wheel housing and guidepost have been designed with the rigidity necessary for industrial use. Extra wide flange along with a heavy-duty rack and pinion trunnion assembly provides extra durability while eliminating any flex in the table.Features:Powerful 3HP motor with magnetic switch for industrial workRack and pinion table system offers smooth 45° right and 10° left table tiltingFoot brake for rapid stops Upper and lower ball bearing guides mean less friction, longer life for blade and guidesRack and pinion adjustable blade guide post for precise locating of guides to workpieceTable has beveled edge to allow smooth stock movement and easier miter gauge entryRip fence and adjustable T-Slot miter gauge for diverse cutting jobsTwo speed drive pulley expands sawing capability
The 64B table saw, with left tilt arbor, offers 1-3/4 horsepower in dual voltage to meet the demands of the professional contractor. The transparent blade guard has independent leaves, and the quick release riving knife reduces chance of kickback. A low profile riving knife is included for non-through cuts. An arbor lock is accessed from above the table, eliminating the need for dual blade wrenches. The T-slot miter gauge has rack-and-pinion angle setting, positive stops, and extension plate for expanded workpiece support. The 64B has cast iron table and wings with front edge bevel, and the working area is further expanded by the melamine-surfaced wood extension table. Storage hooks on the stand keep your accessories within reach. Technical Details:Riving knife maintains close blade proximity to reduce chance of kickbackMicro-adjust miter gauge with extension plate offers wider crosscut supportBlade guard and riving knife have quick release for tool-less mounting and removalPrecision ground cast iron table and wings have beveled edge for smooth miter gauge entryBuilt-in extraction port increases dust collection efficiencyHeavy cast iron trunnion ensures smooth blade positioningChrome trimmed handwheels are ergonomically designedAccu-Fence locks to rail without playBlade not included5 Year Warranty
Heavy-Duty Compact Jig Saw KitFeatures:Keyless blade clamp for fast, easy blade installation and removal5.5 Amp motor delivers powerful cuts in the hardest materialsVariable speed delivers 0 - 3,100 strokes per minute for optimal cutting speed4-position orbital action allows for faster, more aggressive cuts in a variety of materialsAll metal gear case provides superior durability on a professional siteShoe bevels 0° to 45° for beveled cuts
Save space in your shop, upgrade your powder room or find the best player for your shop tunes. Plus build a bar stool, craft your own canoe paddle, and more. You'll find all of this and more in the May/June 2015 issue of Woodworker's Journal. Redwood Slab Vanity: Starting with a stunning piece of live-edge lumber, Brad Holden incorporates curved laminations into a vanity with contemporary style. Shop Test: Sandor Nagyszalanczy sounds out jobsite radios “ their features and their acoustics “ to determine which will be the best fit for your shop. Miter Saw Station: Ralph Bagnall's space-saving shop solution lets you use your miter saw without sacrificing bench space. Northwoods Canoe Paddle: Dan Cary shares his experience building a traditional Northwoods canoe paddle. Counter Height Bar Stool: Hand tool skills, sturdy dovetails and book-matched panels add appeal to this handy seating space from Kimberly McNeelan.Finishing Thoughts: Michael Dresdner is your tour guide for a brief history of guitar finishes.