Why I Purchased Jet JWBS-14DXPRO 14-inch Band Saw Kit
Posted by Toolman11 on February 3rd, 2016
So, how did I manage to end up with this amazing JET band saw? I am not into carpentry to make a wage. I've resigned following 36 years of helping a large number of youths discover some course in their life. I additionally don't view myself as more than normal in imagination however on account of my Dad, despite everything; I have a longing to create useful, quality wood items. He was an intense educator, at the same time, now in my later years; I understand the amount of a GENIUS he truly was. The one thing he generally held as vital was this: To do the absolute best, you should have the right devices.
I could mostly restore his old (no less than 45 years of age at this point) Delta band saw, yet there is just so much you can do with something of that age. Couldn't locate a not too bad belt and needed to locate the nearest in size and shim and shake, and so forth to make it fit. Furthermore, inspiring it to cut anything more than 3 crawls thick (even with another saw blade) was a task.
In this way, I started my exploration, and for as long as couple of weeks I have perused pretty much everything about band saws and the numerous, numerous alternatives available.
In this way, I made a need list:
1. I needed a quality item that present clients held in high respect.
2. I needed a band saw that was anything but difficult to work.
3. I needed a saw that could do both heavy duty tasks, and have the capacity to drop back to the more fragile slices without going through an excess of adjustments.
4. I needed a mid-range value saw that appeared to reflect 1-3 above.
I at last settled on the Jet DXPR in light of the fact that I needed the capacity of cutting 10-12 inch thickness. I know there were a few audits that talked about a connector you could put on a standard 14 inch saw to increment from 6 inches to 12 inches, yet when I analyzed the costs, purchasing the DXPR (it was somewhat more I think) simply seemed well and good.
Indeed, it arrived today around twelve. I needed to get my wife to help me lift it onto the base. What's more, despite the fact that I have worked a band saw some time recently, I have never "set one up without any preparation". Be that as it may, inside of an hour and a half, I pushed the primary bit of wood through the sharp edge. That is correct, begun with a bit of quarter inch board wood, moved to a 2x4 next, and by 4 pm, I dragged a 10 inch oak log off the heap of wood and was charmed with how simple it sawed into equal parts. Furthermore, that was with the standard quarter inch blade that accompanied the saw. I don't have respectable sharp edges yet, and have officially removed a little box from a bit of 4x4 that coincidentally was inside simple range. However, I may probably pick up some high quality Wilton saw blades to go with this great saw.
I know numerous might want to see an audit of somebody who has utilized this saw for more than 6 months and has put it through all the conceivable paces. In any case, despite the fact that I am not a super experienced wood craftsman yet, I do feel good that I have acquired an extremely down to earth, helpful and quality saw that will have the capacity to handle all my present and future necessities.Top Searches - Trending Searches - New Articles - Top Articles - Trending Articles - Featured Articles - Top Members
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