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Old 01-20-2011, 11:55 AM
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Nice Bandsaw Work

Do you think this guy's had a little practice?

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that was wild all free hand def alot of practice
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There's actually a bunch of guys that do that at woodworking shows. They are trying to sell you bandsaw guide bearings. Sort of turns your bandsaw into a scrollsaw.

The one this guy did was probably the easiest, because it was large. I've seen them do the same deer, and the whole thing is only 2" tall. I suppose they did a larger one so the camera could see it. But from a bandsaw radius perspective, the tiny ones are more impressive.

A lot of practice, no doubt.
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