he was trying to devise a way to make a straight cut through wood quickly and efficiently. He likely had no idea that his invention would later be adapted to cut metal, and to be able to do so not only straight, but at a 30°, 45°, or 60° angle as well.
A Bandsaw for Every Budget Revolution Machine Tools offers bandsaws with a range of capacities to cover nearly every project imaginable for a small, medium or even fairly large shop, and with a price range that satisfies both the hobbyist and the perfectionist alike. The list of standard features on all of the saws is […]
Did You See What I Saw? To the average Joe on the street, if you say you are going to buy a saw, he probably pictures just a single type in his mind. It could be a chain saw, a jig saw or perhaps even a giant lumbermill saw like he used to see in […]