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    Prototype...

    I found a lack on one of my tools, so I decided to make my own replacement part. Can you guess what this is a prototype of?

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    Locomotive wheel?
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    um... hmmm, ah... don't think so .
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    a very shallow rosette plug?
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    Zero clearance insert for a bandsaw?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Tulk View Post
    Zero clearance insert for a bandsaw?
    way to go Roger! Yep, my used bandsaw came with a shop made table which I pulled off. No manual, figured I could make an insert easier than tracking down a replacement from HF.
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    Prototype...

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    Made the beta model out of chicolate


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    My first guess was Band Saw insert - only cause I did that too.


    I melted the plastic one that came with the machine when I was cutting some aluminum.

    So, I measured it up and made a new one out of Oak.

    Next time I will use Brass and it will last forever.

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    I ever got the locator pin in there.

    Been in there about a little over a year.

    I've done a pile of cutting with the same insert in there.

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    Leo, what is the OD of your insert? I have not seen one with dust holes before.
    "You got to learn from the mistakes of others. You won't live long enough to make them all yourself". (Author unknown)

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    Jeepers you guys are fancy. I just used a piece of 1/8th inch temper board. It was a long time ago but I think it was cut out on a bandsaw.

    Enjoy,
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