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The All-Business Bandsaw-Blade Holder

Protect and store your blades with this handy organizer made from 1/4" birch plywood. After cutting the parts and gluing them together, we mounted the holder to our bandsaw base. Or, you can fasten the organizer to a wall or cabinet side.


Comments (11)
xmxplxz53365 wrote:

Do a three coil fold. Then reduce size of two coils, enlarging one. Twist the larger coil until it collapses into two. Now you have a five coil fold. Takes practice, but I can do it with my 113 inch Wood Slicer.

2/21/2015 01:20:48 PM Report Abuse
enorton44 wrote:

I wonder why the email I received said this was a FREE plan when it isn't?

7/19/2013 12:48:47 PM Report Abuse
jrhock1 wrote:

Remember, if you are using larger blades, to modify the dimensions. For example, the diameter of a folded 93-1/2 in. blade is ~ 9.91 in. For a 105 in. blade, it's ~ 11.1 in. The above plan appears to be for the smaller blade. When I built this according to plan, I had to squish the blade in a little to fit.

4/17/2013 07:11:27 AM Report Abuse
The Unstopppable Drew wrote:

I found the original in my Wood dvd. The dividers are 8 3/4" at the back, 12" at the front. 9 3/8" front to back, and 1 1/2" flat sections bracket a R=6 1/2" curve. The curve's radius is anchored 4 1/2" from the front of the divider. If you have the dvd or a collection of back issues, it was originally printed in #60 (April 1993).

4/29/2012 12:42:27 PM Report Abuse
badboy wrote:

do the math if 1.25"=9" than 2"=X or 14.5"

4/19/2012 07:53:33 PM Report Abuse
thespamcatcher wrote:

The exploded view has missing dimensions - how tall is the front? and what is the curve radius?

4/19/2012 11:03:05 AM Report Abuse
vfrost252699 wrote:

Go to YouTube. They have several videos on how to do it.

5/19/2011 11:19:07 AM Report Abuse
bluerocco wrote:

Put your foot on it. and While wearing a pair of gloves give it a couple of twists without removing your foot. That's all there is to it. I found that in a book I bought on bandsaws. Kept that book next to the band saw for a long time.......

5/19/2011 11:11:00 AM Report Abuse
lenmaiani wrote:

If you still can't get the hang of it, any place that sells v-belts cangive you a "hands on" lesson.

12/7/2009 05:33:28 PM Report Abuse
sproat101 wrote:

you put your foot on the bottom off the blade, grab the blade one third up with hands facing out and twist your wrists to wards each other, and it will go into three small cicles. Gordon

12/3/2009 08:03:18 PM Report Abuse
steveswood wrote:

would help to know how to make a blade smaller .have tried to flip ,turn ,roll but still can't get it down to a thrid it's size

11/13/2009 06:28:01 PM Report Abuse

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