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The switch seen above is just a lightswitch cut down to the size of the box, but I needed to recess it. It's kinda funny because here I've got a $100.00+, beautiful Kreg re-saw fence mounted on an old 1940's band saw that was found at a flea market for dirt cheap.
After I got the 2 sides squared on the little log, I adjusted the fence to about a quarter of an inch and ran the little log through. I got a really nice re-saw blade from Highland Woodworking (one of my favorite woodworking supply companies) called "The Wood Slicer" They custom made it for my odd sized beautiful old band saw. Below are some pictures showing the miniatures I make and why these home made tools are so necessary to me.


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Neither the service provider nor the domain owner maintain any relationship with the advertisers. It became painfully obvious that I was going to need a way to get really thin boards for my miniature accessories.
I was intrigued because I had a very similar idea 20 years ago and built one for my table saw. I "borrowed" a plastic bench dog from a cheap little work table, the kind that opens up and closes flat, to use for the back clamp.
I put tiny screws in the side of the bar to micro-adjust it to the miter slot so there would be no side-to-side play.
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But once everything was finished I tried it out, and it was very exciting and worked great! I drilled a series of holes to accept the clamp and I added some of that non-slip stuff to it's face.
No it's not like Green Acres, I don't have to climb the pole to answer the phone :) A whole bunch of these trees have encircled the pole.


The first 2 pictures are of a miniature, chip-carved, hand-made antique tray made from Pear. So I incorporated ideas from my old one and the commercial one to come up with my own little log mill for my band saw.
I have been wanting to build one for about 25 years now, ever since I saw the plans in one of my woodworking books. Anyhow, the wires in the motor come coded but they assume you know what the numbers mean and what goes where. I had to cut off one side and make the plywood clamping surface, again with that non-slip stuff. Well, after several phone calls and some internet research I learned that black was hot, and turns out, the numbers are kinda standard!
The exploded view really intimidated me and the instructions were like reading Japanese at first.
So I figured out how to wire it, BUT, not only did the switch on the motor not work, but I needed to mount the switch on the tool.



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