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Band saw table top

101-200-103



Prepare a good size working surface for your band saw and add guide supports to precisely rip or cut your pieces of wood.

With the circle guide integrated in the table top, machine perfect circle arcs and circles, of all dimensions, with simplicity.

The proposed rip guide is very efficient and precise, you can make very thin cuts on wooden boards as high as your tool height limit.

Step by step videos - Included in this classe


Introduction to the band saw table top
Introduction to the band saw table top
00:53
Making the main panel
Making the main panel
01:39
Cutting the throat plates
Cutting the throat plates
01:47
Final step in the making of the main panel
Final step in the making of the main panel
04:23
Ajusting the table top on the band saw
Ajusting the table top on the band saw
03:18
Ajusting the throat plates
Ajusting the throat plates
02:36
Table top final installation
Table top final installation
03:50
Making the circle guide clamp
Making the circle guide clamp
04:27
Making the ripping guide
Making the ripping guide
03:03

Some extra tips - Included in this classe


Installing T-nuts
Installing T-nuts
05:06
Using a colour code
Using a colour code
01:09
Making a hand drill guide
Making a hand drill guide
02:51
Machining supports with hand tools
Machining supports with hand tools
04:51
Making a punch
Making a punch
02:18

Details book plans - Included with all classes






Inch and milimeter unit

Inch and milimeter unit



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WARNING

Working with woodworking tools can be dangerous and can cause serious injuries or equipment breakage. It is therefore important to always respect the basic safety rules and those issued by the tool manufacturers. Consequently, it is your responsibility to acquire these rules and to apply them correctly, at all times.

Woodworking Atelier Online (Bois passions et cie inc.) cannot be held responsible for any damage or injury resulting from the application of the techniques and tricks demonstrated in his training videos.
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Note: In some videos, the blade guard assembly has not been used, only to allow a clearer view of the techniques demonstrated.