WOOD Magazine Staff
Step up to a big bandsaw with loads of power and the capacity to resaw boards 12" wide—or even wider.
Brian Simmons, WOOD’s turning expert for over a decade, loves woodturning so much he even plans vacations around it!
If you only occasionally use a chainsaw—for roughing out a turning blank, cutting tree limbs, or lopping off deck posts—a battery-powered model makes a lot of sense.
These combination machines performed admirably at both belt and disc functions. Adding one to your shop would be a smart decision.
These often-underappreciated machines do one thing—smooth curves—better and quicker than any other machine.