If you click this link it will take you to Charles Neil for the full review….http://www.freeforum101.com/charlesneil/viewtopic.php?p=9418&mforum=charlesneil#9418, This is the link to the video on youtubehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNTFLfrlQJA, Hopefully no one is offended by this link to another site but a review is a review and I already did the whole thing once, and if you are offended…well there are other issues at play-, http://www.freeforum101.com/charlesneil/viewtopic.php?p=9988&mforum=charlesneil#9988. The claims also say it removes rust as well so that might be a better alternative to GooGone/mineral spirits, which works well…but from what I heard Krud Kutter is all you need in your shop for everything. Find Your Local Harbor Freight Store. I was looking at buying a larger bandsaw (19”+) for the shop and came across some blogs on the internet about the HF bandsaw and how well it worked for the money. This page was generated at 04:33 PM. I picked it up for $150. I was looking at buying a larger bandsaw (19”+) for the shop and came across some blogs on the internet about the HF bandsaw and how well it worked for the money. However, for now, I’m just happy I was able to procure this saw, in new condition for such a great price. Heck the table was even still wrapped in plastic, slathered in grease. Rawdawg,What did you use to get the rust off of the table? Same saw. Latest Blog Entries | #6. Latest Forum Topics. Lower Wheel brush to keep the junk from jamming up the tires… Then using a CLOTH…come back and buff it off (or use a clean pad on a car buffer) Your tool will be clean, slick and protected at this point. Although I really do appreciate some of the beautiful benches and work stations on here, I just need something functionally sturdy at this point. The bottom of the box was torn a bit, so there are a couple small rust spots on the bottom of the stand on the rough casting lines, but nothing major. While I like the quick release tension lever you did, for me it was to much of an investment for this saw. I’m also thinking about performing some of the modifications listed above. Acculink link belts. I picked mine as I resaw some pretty green stuff, not to mention cutting bowl blanks... All times are GMT-5. #2. Link belt. Accura Micro Adjustable roller bearing blade guides. Router- I used the g4106 because I had no plans on spending the cash to add a riser block to this. Then I stumbled on a guy selling this bandsaw a 1/2 hour away on Craigslist. It was your write ups that ultimately led me to buy the saw in the first place. The 1/4” is aggressive enough to cut 6” of wood at a steady pace and small enough to make a decent curve. Since I was not in the market for a small bandsaw I filed it away under useful info and moved on. Just follow the directions and use some common sense. It was not a direct fit to say the least but it works perfect with a little effort and was a lot cheaper. I don't think they have a website (a small company with better things to do), but they have a toll-free phone number: 1-888-722-7078. Central Machinery 32208 14" 4 speed woodworking band saw. -- Jonathan, Denver, CO "Constructive criticism is welcome and valued as it gives me new perspectives and helps me to advance as a woodworker.". -- Better woodworking through old hand tools. Nice, been thinking about this HF saw. So since I was buying a new aluminum throat plate and a long tensions knob, the riser kit fit into the lowest shipping cost (just barely) and got everything I wanted from Grizzly for $25. #5. I was just so intent on carrying it all in that I guess I missed it. I should just be able to touch them up with some Rustoleum or something and that should be fine. The only down side is not having a longer bar for the guide arm. Then I clean the top very thoroughly because it will become black with residue. In-Store Only Add to My List. Why did you use g4106 and not H3051?THX. Central Machinery Bandsaw #32208 = $115Throat plate, Tension knob and Riser Kit= $25Graphite Guides = $13TimberWolf blade = $25. That was the only thing that kept this from looking like it just came off the HF floor. http://www.freeforum101.com/charlesneil/viewtopic.php?p=9418&mforum=charlesneil#9418, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNTFLfrlQJA. I am a member over at Charles Neil as well…where the original review comes from. But like I first stated, your write ups were paramount in me even bothering with this saw..I just took the info from what you gave to the public domain and threw a few other options in the mix. Harbor Freight riser block kit. Let it sit a few minutes until it is hard to rub around anymore. My Used and Improved Central Machinery Harbor Freight Special 14” Bandsaw Review. Brand new in the box. Timberwolf blades. -- ---ray suppan--- anger + woodworking = -finger AHHHHHHHH!!!! It will do anything you want with wood under 6” thick with a good Timberwolf blade on it. | I don’t have the stand for it and will probably just end up building one out of some spare plywood and MDF I’ve got sitting around, probably just using pocket hole joinery since it’s fast and sturdy. I did so on a whim. At this point, I don’t have a need to add the riser, but that could change any day. I’m new to this game and trying to learn a few tricks along the way.Thanks,Aldo. THX, yes I saw that on Grizzly, 16 vs 60, I would’ve done the same for that saw. The Harbor Freight Acculink Link Belt item #43371 which is reported to provide vibration free operation. The new Porter Cable 14” bandsaw offering (saw one assembled at Lowes) is almost a dead ringer for the HF saw. dbhost has been tricking out his HF 14" for a while, he and a few others might have some info. I was wondering about that stand thing…good to see you got it all. Anyway, they can walk you through picking the right blades. 12”... probably not so much. | Copyright The cool blocks are a must. I have a correction to make to my above post (and it’s sort of embarrassing to admit). It’s about 20 yrs old now. I believe in paying good money for great tools…but there are little gems out there like this. Their catalog is about an inch thick, and is a whole lot more than just a catalog. I’ve got that same saw. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. We cut out the middleman and pass the savings to you! I turn the handle 10 times and I am good to go (about 20 seconds). So I got the complete bandsaw, in it’s entirety, new, in-box for $150. OK, so I debated even submitting this post. Quality tools & low prices. LJ will not be held liable for the actions of any user. 4 Speed Woodworking Band Saw $ 399 99. The trunions underneath are paper thin cast something or other. I now have 10-1/8” re-saw capacity that I will probably not use on the saw (but it is nice to know I have it). Porter-Cable PCB330BS at $449.00. The wheel brushes are in the works right now and that is mostly the reason I attached the blade guard with 1” thick wood to add support for future adaptation. I will be building a ratcheting arm for it shortly. I bookmarked this review page coz I surely might refer/read the reviews in Charles Neil’s forum one day when I own band saw. Hi all, I recently bought a used central machinery 14" band saw. As for the riser kit. This will leave a fresh looking top, although all rust stains may not come out but it will be very smooth. This is what I have always done. Since I was not in the market for a small bandsaw I filed it away under useful info and moved on. It does ok in it’s original form but the mods you made look like it’s a vast improvement. I’ll try to post back on how helpful (or not) the assembly instructions were. Word of caution: Don’t try to move it by grabbing the table to haul it around. Bought it used from a guy who used it once or twice. Harbor Freight buys their top quality tools from the same factories that supply our competitors. Have fun with it. Compare to. Registration is simple and free and removes most advertising. You will not be sanding your jointer top away so don’t worry. Mobile base. One place to go for this kind of help is Iturra Designs in Jacksonville, FL. I offered him $115 for it and the deal was done. #4. https://www.sawdustzone.org/forum/di...sked-questions. It was not a direct bolt on as described in the write up…so anyone attempting to do this be forewarned…however, it works as if it was after some modifications…..10” re-saw might be pushing realistic on this saw with the right blade and the price was right….

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