Monday, June 20, 2011

Do You Like Making Things From Wood? Check Out This Instant Download With Over 12,500 Plans And More!

If you have a bandsaw and other woodworking tools that you would like to make money with, but just not sure what to make? Tom Peterson is now offering his "As Seen On TV" ShedPlansAndDesigns download at a greatly reduced price and it has much more than just 12,500 plans! If that isn't enough plans for a lifetime of building and selling, I'm not sure what is. And the best thing about this is any of the plans that you choose to build from and sell, every ounce of profit you receive is yours to keep!

Another great thing you will receive is a life-time of updates and bonuses, so if you choose to purchase the ShedPlansAndDesigns package, you will not only buy and never pay again, but there will be updates that you will receive on any new plans, schematics, anything that Tom decides to add will be yours for FREE! There are numerous other bonuses you will receive with the package. All the most valuable tips, tricks or techniques that have ever been written on woodworking is just one of the bonuses.

Tom is selling this at a greatly reduced price right now, so if you are in the woodworking business either as a hobby or to make money, or if you want to turn your hobby into a profitable business, check it out here. I am not sure how long Tom will keep the price down, so I got a copy to keep and use with my bandsaw and the other tools in my shop. Thinking of making a cat house that are included in the package.

Here's the link to get access, and once you purchase, it is instantly accessible, so grab it now while the price is right!

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Now Get The Homemade Bandsaw Bands For FREE!

I have decided to give away the bandsaw plans to anyone that would like to have them, check the bottom part of the blog on where to get them. Please let me know how your bandsaw comes out! Also anyone wanting to add a woodworking plan to the blog, feel free to do so!
I wrote another article on the advantages to having a bandsaw on Street Articles, so check it out here.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Available Articles About Bandsaws and Related Items

If you have an interest in reading some of my articles, I have written some on Street Articles. The topics so far are Saw Blade Lead or True Line of Cut, Band Saw Blade Sizes and Speeds, Bandsaw Blade Basics, Tips To Getting It Right, and Turning Storm Damage into Lumber. This link will take you to one of the articles, and you can look for all the articles written by clicking on the author information. I will continue to add articles that I find might help you, so check  back from time to time!

Saturday, April 23, 2011

BANDSAW AND BANDSAW BLADE BASICS, SOME TIPS AND TRICKS FOR THE BEST SAW PERFORMANCE





Hello and welcome to my blog about bandsaw and bandsaw basics! I am a retired lineman, who enjoys making dust, working on old cars, pretty much anything that consists of getting dirty and dusty! In this article, I am going to introduce you to a few tips on the best bandsaw experience you can have, whether you buy a retailer's bandsaw or if you decide to build one yourself.

Some of the tips I will share will give you some basics about True Line of Cut, blade length, distance between hub centers and distance between the wheels. These are a few of the things that you must know to ensure a proper performance of your saw. I have provided a few articles on Street Articles and will continue to do so. You can look here for the True Line of Cut article and just click on the author for more articles written by me and get more information on things to do to prepare your saw for the best cut.
Are you someone that has been hit by the economy and don't have extra cash that wants a high capacity bandsaw made from easily acquired items and standard metal, but can't afford the price of a new one? This bandsaw above that I have made cost me about $300 and cuts a full 12 inches thick. This requires very little machining and a small amount of welding. You can resaw with it, or even cut up small limbs into lumber! I have used it to make numerous cuts in limbs that I've taken out of my yard and made lumber from small logs that I bought locally.
I have made plans that are easily followed for my bandsaw, and sold several on Ebay and only had one complaint from a fellow that had absolutely no mechanical ability whatsoever. I probably sold about 100 plans, so I guess I could say that about 99 percent of the time people are satisfied with my plans.
The plans can also be modified slightly to make a deeper cut if you lengthen one bar and use a longer band. You could probably build it cheaper than I did, I used alot of new parts that I could have got used, such as the motor, etc.
Above are a few pictures of the bandsaw I made, including some of the cuts that I made with it. This is the same bandsaw that you will be making with the plans I have available for FREE.
I will continue to post additional articles on Street Articles and here on my blog to give you as much information as you need to get started making some nice things. Look forward to hearing from you and would like you to follow my blog and feel free to add a message about your success with the plans!
Thanks for stopping by. If you would like to add a link to your plans, feel free to do so!

For a free copy of the bandsaw plans, just go HERE and you can download the plans. They are a pdf. file, so you will need to have adobe acrobat. Download and print them off so you have a copy to take to your shop!