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Setting Up for Resawing

How to get a straight, smooth cut.



When you’re resawing a big, wide board, a lumpy, wandering cut can unexpectedly reduce the thickness of the pieces coming off the saw. We’ll show you how using an oversize guide block will keep the blade cutting in an unbroken straight line.

11 Comments

  1. Very good picked up a couple of new techniques.

    Mark G. Lett, 1 year ago Reply

  2. My Chinese, Japanese or whichever ….ese bandsaw Harbor Freight sells couldn’t cut a straight line in soft butter. I sure would like a new Laguna LT14 3000. Good DVD, I picked up some useful info.

    Bill Pazier, 1 year ago Reply

  3. I used to watch the videos and really enjoyed them..Don’t know what happened but I can no longer make them play. Hope you can fix this as I really enjoyed them.

    Frank Dillon, 1 year ago Reply

    • The videos should now be fixed. Thanks for letting us know!

      bgriffith, 1 year ago Reply

      • Videos have not been fixed. Jumpy like an old movie and very irritating.

        John Glenn, 2 months ago Reply

  4. Very good demonstration of cutting a board in half. Done with safety paramount as a partner. Good demonstration of how jigs can help with this difficult task. Well done.

    Loran R., 1 year ago Reply

  5. Thanks for the video, I like the jigs you used and they seem to work great!

    Sheri, 1 year ago Reply

  6. Great video. But I would like directions on how to make the “rounded” block.

    Mike Labbe, 1 year ago Reply

  7. Awesome Display. I learn New Thing’s every time I watch You. Thank’s For all of your hard Work.

    Charles Buddy Parrish, 1 year ago Reply

  8. I sure enjoy the videos he has produced! Thanks so much for another good one. I will tell you that one of the side benefits I get from you is to be patient with all you do in the shop. SLOW DOWN! Enjoy what you are doing and take care in your cuts,

    William Miller, 1 year ago Reply

  9. The video did not work in Firefox, but worked in Internet Explorer. Thanks, I picked up a few ideas.

    Robin, 3 months ago Reply


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