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  • #681956
    MrFid
    Pro
    Sudbury, MA

    IIRC that would have been @mrfid He had a couple of struggles with the build but it came out really well.

    Here’s the link https://bethepro.com/forums/topic/woodgears-bandsaw-blog/

    That’s correct. It was me haha!

    My bandsaw is done. I added covers for everything to keep dust to a minimum. Here’s a project summary that I posted on another woodworking website:

    http://lumberjocks.com/projects/343953

    There are final pictures there with the covers and whatnot. To be honest, I love my bandsaw. I use it at least weekly. it functions perfectly, and I can cut curves or resaw whatever has come my way on it.

    My recent hair-brained idea is to build myself a kayak out of wood. I am blogging that process as well here:

    https://bethepro.com/forums/topic/strip-built-kayak-build/

    I haven’t updated in a little while since I’ve had a bunch of other projects going on, but I hope to get back to it soon.

    #681987
    cmeyer25
    Pro
    Bellingham, WA

    I’ve seen this brand of blade twice in the last 24 hours and have thought it was an interesting idea – reversible circular saw blades… what do you think? My first reaction was how cool, you get two blades for just over the price of one, but then I started thinking about how wood residues build up on saws as you use them and now I’m not so sure it would save you all that much…what do you all think? Yesterday I saw a 10” size, then today was a typical framing blade.

    Charlie
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    #681990
    Rob
    Pro
    Birmingham, Alabama

    Soooooo, you are only using 12 teeth at a time? 1/2 the cutting presence?

    #682016
    cmeyer25
    Pro
    Bellingham, WA

    Soooooo, you are only using 12 teeth at a time? 1/2 the cutting presence?

    No! There are two cutting edges – one on either side of the metal part of each tooth. So two pieces of carbide facing opposite directions. 24 teeth whichever way you face the blade. And that’s on the 7 1/4” blade.

    Charlie
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    #682036
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    I’ve seen this brand of blade twice in the last 24 hours and have thought it was an interesting idea – reversible circular saw blades… what do you think? My first reaction was how cool, you get two blades for just over the price of one, but then I started thinking about how wood residues build up on saws as you use them and now I’m not so sure it would save you all that much…what do you all think? Yesterday I saw a 10” size, then today was a typical framing blade.

    I’ve never seen that on a circular saw blade? I wonder how it would work.

    #682037
    Doobie
    Moderator

    These new pop dispensers are so cool. The kid at a Firehouse Subs tonite was showing me how it works today. Up to 500 different pops/juice drinks. They use flavour cartridges that can mix a single type drink from up to 7 different cartridges and dispense the sugars from a different large reservoir. The unit carbonates the filtered water as necessary in different intensities depending on the drink requested.

    #682044
    Clev08
    Pro

    Soooooo, you are only using 12 teeth at a time? 1/2 the cutting presence?

    No! There are two cutting edges – one on either side of the metal part of each tooth. So two pieces of carbide facing opposite directions. 24 teeth whichever way you face the blade. And that’s on the 7 1/4” blade.

    Unless the reviews are amazing I don’t see myself buying one of those blades.
    I’m pretty sure the angle and position of carbide teeth are specifically chosen in a saw blade to provide maximum durability and strength over time. I would think if you ever hit a nail it would cause more damage to the backwards facing teeth because they don’t have any material behind the edge to support and strengthen it causing it to chip. Then you wouldn’t have a “new” blade when you flipped it over.

    #682087
    Doobie
    Moderator

    I’ve seen this brand of blade twice in the last 24 hours and have thought it was an interesting idea – reversible circular saw blades… what do you think? My first reaction was how cool, you get two blades for just over the price of one, but then I started thinking about how wood residues build up on saws as you use them and now I’m not so sure it would save you all that much…what do you all think? Yesterday I saw a 10” size, then today was a typical framing blade.

    Seems gimmickish to me. If it were a well known brand I’d maybe not think that, but I’ve never even heard of Norske.

    #682098
    cmeyer25
    Pro
    Bellingham, WA

    Soooooo, you are only using 12 teeth at a time? 1/2 the cutting presence?

    No! There are two cutting edges – one on either side of the metal part of each tooth. So two pieces of carbide facing opposite directions. 24 teeth whichever way you face the blade. And that’s on the 7 1/4” blade.

    Unless the reviews are amazing I don’t see myself buying one of those blades.
    I’m pretty sure the angle and position of carbide teeth are specifically chosen in a saw blade to provide maximum durability and strength over time. I would think if you ever hit a nail it would cause more damage to the backwards facing teeth because they don’t have any material behind the edge to support and strengthen it causing it to chip. Then you wouldn’t have a “new” blade when you flipped it over.

    I hadn’t thought of that – but I don’t typically run into nails in the wood I’m cutting. Valid point though, and I wonder if the same issue might occur over time anyway as it goes through wood.

    I’ve seen this brand of blade twice in the last 24 hours and have thought it was an interesting idea – reversible circular saw blades… what do you think? My first reaction was how cool, you get two blades for just over the price of one, but then I started thinking about how wood residues build up on saws as you use them and now I’m not so sure it would save you all that much…what do you all think? Yesterday I saw a 10” size, then today was a typical framing blade.

    Seems gimmickish to me. If it were a well known brand I’d maybe not think that, but I’ve never even heard of Norske.

    Me either. Trying to get into a tough market maybe and they needed to be different?



    @dirtywhiteboy
    I’ll lrobably never buy one either unless they start getting really good reviews.

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    #682132
    Doobie
    Moderator

    Must be a real premium recip blade at that price. Gonna have to think about this one before ordering….lol!

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    RonW
    Moderator
    Holladay, Tn

    Must be a real premium recip blade at that price. Gonna have to think about this one before ordering….lol!

    Man they really stick it to you guys up north. lmao

    Ron

    A Working Pro since 1994!

    Member since March 26, 2014.

    #682144

    Must be a real premium recip blade at that price. Gonna have to think about this one before ordering….lol!

    Man they really stick it to you guys up north. lmao

    😮 Geeze I’m kinda glad I bought them last year cheaper than that 😉
    Lol

    #682148
    Miamicuse
    Pro
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    If I buy 100 of these in the USA ships it to Ontario you could send all back to Amazon and refund at that price?

    #682151
    cmeyer25
    Pro
    Bellingham, WA

    Must be a real premium recip blade at that price. Gonna have to think about this one before ordering….lol!

    Jeeze, I hope no one accidentally buys one of those! What a scam.

    Charlie
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    #682156
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.
    #682200
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    What a classic.

    Nice 64-65 Rambler American, you don’t see them out very much anymore. Nice photo, Thank you for sharing.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #682204

    What a classic.</blockquot

    Nice looking car, to bad we don’t see as many as before,
    Looks to be in decent shape from behind

    #682211
    roninohio
    Pro
    New Franklin, OH

    Does it mean your old if you remember when the classic cars were new?

    #682212
    Rob
    Pro
    Birmingham, Alabama

    That’s not an Antique… I had one of those! Oops

    #682213
    RonW
    Moderator
    Holladay, Tn

    Does it mean your old if you remember when the classic cars were new?

    Absolutely, positively yes !!! But I wouldn’t want it any other way.

    Ron

    A Working Pro since 1994!

    Member since March 26, 2014.

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