Sealing an inland band saw

Discussion in 'Propagation' started by mpoletti, Mar 16, 2009.

  1. mpoletti

    mpoletti Guest

    C'mon Ian, I just got mine today in the mail.

    Let me know how I can do it and I will try to document it for a tutorial.

    Thanks
     
  2. xinumaster

    xinumaster Guest

    Where did you get yours?
     
  3. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    You got the diamond bandsaw blade and everything too?? Man another hardcore fragger :D
     
  4. mpoletti

    mpoletti Guest

    Perry, I got mine from an ebay vendor for $199 and free shipping as an ebay coupon :)

    Thanks Mike, Now that I'm hanging around this part of town, I need to be fragging some more.
     
  5. iani

    iani Guest

    Really easy Mark. You see the motor housing in the back? Its really easy for water to get in it where the motor housing meets the main bandsaw unit. Just silicone around that area so that water can't get in and leak into the motor housing. I'm not sure how necessary this is however when I took off the motor housing it did not look like the motor would like any kind of salt water near it. I did it more as a precaution than anything else.
     
  6. mpoletti

    mpoletti Guest

    Cool, Alicia mentioned that you had done something of the sort. Very cool. Thanks
     

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