By Leigh Bennett. Power Tools. Published at Wednesday, August 08th, 2018 - 15:24:01 PM.
So I thought, I wonder if I could make myself a bandsaw out of these things that I had. I wondered what I would use to power it. I had a 3 phase motor of about 3hp, so I thought I could use that motor and convert it to single-phase to power a saw. So I got all this stuff together and decided that other than the band, I believe I have everything I need to build one. For the band I looked at Sears, and saw that 93 1/2 inches was a standard band, so that way I could figure out the dimensions of the frame to mount the wheels.
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One of the things I needed but never really had the extra cash to buy was a large bandsaw, one that I could resaw lumber up to about 12 inches with, because I also had a big pile of tree limbs and branches from a storm that blew them down a couple months prior. I also wanted to make some doors that have bookend type panels that takes a large saw to resaw a piece of lumber so that one side is a mirror image of the other side.
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