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|doesitwork = yes
 
|contact = matt . triano @ gmail . com
 
|contact = matt . triano @ gmail . com
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|trustee = Ralph Brendler
 
|value = $1,000
 
|value = $1,000
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|move me = yes
 
|image = RockwellDelta20Bandsaw.jpg
 
|image = RockwellDelta20Bandsaw.jpg
 
}}
 
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 +
=== Status ===
 +
*  3/6/2019. Andrew w replaced drive belt
 +
*  2/23/2019 drive belt broke, status will be updated once underway/fixed.
 +
* 10/18/2018 blade broke & Eric B. replaced it
 +
*  5/31/2019 someone broke off one of the guides while “brushing off” the table.  it is usable but blade stability is poor.  NEW guide made by helpful cold metals.
 +
*. 8/2019. Drive belt and pulley came off drive shaft. Eric and Gary replaced but drive belt does not run perfectly true.  Brake does not seem to be optimally functional. Ralph will do a tune up soon.
 +
 +
* Tires are out of lateral alignment as well. Ralph and helpers will do a total overhaul Saturday 9/7/2019
 +
* 9/8/2019. Ralph and Tim did total overhaul with new tires and belt.  But later in day, blade was reportedly running off lower tire.
 +
 +
* Ralph repaired lower tire.  Discovered that we cannot run at fastest pulley setting. 
 +
* 9/10 throat plate broken again
 +
* 9/16/19 joe made new throat plate
 +
* 10/13/19.  Ralph discovered major bearing issues.  Parts ordered. 
 +
* 11/2/2019. Ralph put it back into service with the great assistance of Jim brink
 +
* 12/29/2019 thrust bearings and guides failure
 +
* 12/31/2019 Ralph replaced thrust bearings, guides and other pats  top wheel bearing/shaft still needs work,  but she's usable again
 +
 +
* 1/8/2020  blade badly kinked.  person was sawing fresh bark-on logs.  i spoke with him AFTER. gn
 +
switched to fine blade. new 1/2 inch blade on wall hanger
 +
*repaired. 
 +
 +
* 2-15-20. Loud squealing noise.  Out of order  FIXED
 +
 +
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
 
manual: [[File:Rockwell-28-350.pdf]]
 
manual: [[File:Rockwell-28-350.pdf]]
 
related manual with more details: [[File:Rockwell20bandsaw.pdf]]
 
related manual with more details: [[File:Rockwell20bandsaw.pdf]]
===Authorizations for the 14" Rockwell do not carry over to this tool===
+
 
This tool requires authorization for use. Please see an authorized proctor below.
+
* https://ozarktoolmanuals.com/ozarkshoptalkblog/machine-idd-rockwell-delta-20-wood-band-saw-28-350/
 +
 
 +
The best manual is at http://www.walkemooretools.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Delta_Rockwell-bandsaw-manual.pdf
 +
 
 +
== Authorization; How to get Authorized ==
 +
 
 +
Authorization for this tool by authorized proctors only. Members not previously authorized must take the CANVAS course at https://canvas.pumpingstationone.org/courses/40 
 +
 
 +
*Authorizations for the 14" Rockwell do not carry over to this tool
 +
*This tool requires authorization for use.  
 +
*To be authorized, please see an authorized proctor/trainer from the list, below.
  
 
=== Consumable Parts ===
 
=== Consumable Parts ===
This saw takes 141" blades.
+
* This saw takes 141" blades.
 +
* Thrust bearings type [https://www.mcmaster.com/5972k2 6203-2Z] (17mm x 40mm x 12mm).  Be sure to get 2Z or ZZ (steel shield) and not 2RS (rubber shield).
 +
* Throat plate.  We still need this made frequently
 +
 
 +
Throat plate templates/model courtesy of Joe Dowling
 +
 
 +
zip of SKP, STL and f3D files  : [[File:Bandsaw Plate.zip]]
 +
   
 +
image [[Media:picofbandsawplate.jpg]]  and
 +
 
 +
Fusion 360 model at Joe's Adobe360 https://a360.co/2RdzuCe
 +
 
 +
There is usually a spare plates in the locked cabinet
  
{{WoodshopProctors}}
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==Tips on Use==
 +
 
 +
This section is based  on a [https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/pumping-station-one/rCix6WMMS4Q/S6Ds9sO7DAAJ discussion that took place on the mailing list].
 +
 
 +
Band-saws have two main uses in the wood shop:
 +
 
 +
# The primary use is to make curved cuts in a piece of flat wood. In this case the piece is held by hand and guided so the blade follows the curve. A fence is counterproductive for this use.
 +
# The second is resawing lumber that is too thick for the table saw. This is typically, but not exclusively, done with valuable pieces of wood for the purpose of creating a veneer. A fence may be appropriate for this use.
 +
 
 +
With a bandsaw, you basically never want to have the fence locked parallel to the blade.  Every blade will have some degree of drift, and it is necessary to accommodate this drift to achieve a straight cut. There are two common solutions: single-point fences, and adjustable angle fences. PS:1 has both a nice magnetic adjustable fence and a single-point fence that attaches to it.
 +
 
 +
With a single point fence, you adjust for the drift angle by eye as you cut.  This quick and easy method is most appropriate for resawing of narrower boards with a width of 6" or less.
 +
 
 +
For wider boards, use the adjustable fence with a tall secondary fence attached, carefully adjusted to the drift angle of the blade. For really wide boards, you can also use a presser-board to ensure contact with the fence.
 +
 
 +
Some additional advice on resawing:
 +
 
 +
* Buy a nice blade and learn how to install and adjust it. The PS:1 blades are often fairly dull and don't track well.
 +
* Make sure your stock is prepared well, with at least one flat face and one square and flat edge.
 +
* Try to keep only 3-10 teeth in the wood. A 1.5 tpi blade is appropriate for most resawing.
 +
* Use a skip-tooth blade, at least 1" wide (but see note below).
  
== List of currently authorized users ==
 
  
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! Trained By
 
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|Keon Turner
 
|Ron Olson
 
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|Hunter Koerner
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
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|Deanna Williams
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
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|Burton Kent
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|-
 
|Casey Olson
 
|Jason Shanfield
 
|-
 
|Tom Judge
 
|Matt Triano
 
|-
 
|Jeff Smykil
 
|(Pending confirmation)
 
|-
 
|Anna Yu
 
|Matt Triano
 
|-
 
|Jon Levine
 
|Jason Shanfield
 
|-
 
|Kyle Bieneman
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|-
 
|Niko Hawley
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|-
 
|Kevin Mitchell
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|-
 
|Adam Moffatt
 
|Jason Shanfield
 
|-
 
|Peter Letscher
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|11/05/15
 
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|Glenn Trussell
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|11/05/2015
 
|-
 
|Aaron Carlock
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|11/19/2015
 
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|Patrick Lynch
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|11/19/2015
 
|-
 
|Shine Chen
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|11/19/2015
 
|-
 
|Mike Forkan
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|11/19/2015
 
|-
 
|Ethan Sanders
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|11/19/2015
 
|-
 
|Alex Al-Hamdan
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|12/04/2015
 
|-
 
|Alvaro Caceres
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|12/03/2015
 
|-
 
|Kevin Schwartzenberg
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|12/03/2015
 
|-
 
|Marcin Ignasiak
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|-
 
|Thomas Ward
 
|Andy L.
 
|11/18/2015
 
  
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== List of Currently Authorized Users ==
|Kelly Steensma
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Authorization for this tool by authorized proctors only. Members not previously Authorized must take the CANVAS course at https://canvas.pumpingstationone.org/courses/40
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|11/19/2015
 
|-
 
|Dan (Mike) Arwine
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|11/19/2015
 
|-
 
|Connor Sullivan
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|1/8/2016
 
|-
 
|Chris Kohl
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|1/8/2016
 
|-
 
|Erik Funkhouser
 
|Ron Olson
 
|11/01/2015
 
|-
 
|Peter Brask
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|1/14/16
 
|-
 
|Andrew Dalesandro
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|1/14/16
 
|-
 
|Shelly Loke-Gayares
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|1/14/16
 
|-
 
|Saul Weiner
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|1/14/16
 
|-
 
|Brandon Love
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|1/28/16
 
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|Sam Paris
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|1/28/16
 
|-
 
|Craig Koszewski
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|1/28/16
 
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|Christopher Carson
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|2/25/16
 
|-
 
|Jared K
 
|Andy L
 
|3/03/16
 
|-
 
|Keith Couture
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|3/10/16
 
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|Brian Cuocci
 
|Andy L
 
|3/17/16
 
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|Julie Zwolinski
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|3/24/16
 
|-
 
|Nick Puglisi
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|4/21/16
 
|-
 
|Andy Muhic
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|4/28/16
 
|-
 
|Colin Campbell
 
|Andy L
 
|5/5/16
 
|-
 
|Ken Burkhardt
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|5/5/16
 
|-
 
|Hans Griese
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|5/5/16
 
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|Josh Younger
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|5/19/16
 
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|Ian Monroe
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|5/19/16
 
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|An Phan
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|7/7/16
 
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|Andy Larkin
 
|8/4/16
 
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|Derwin Umali
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|8/7/16
 
|-
 
|[[User:mct|McTavish McArdle]]
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|2016-08-04
 
|-
 
|Joe Dowling
 
|Ken Burkhardt
 
|8/15/16
 
|-
 
|Leo Rodman
 
|Jason S
 
|9/12/16
 
|-
 
|[[user:guijemont|Guillaume Emont]]
 
|Ken Burkhardt
 
|9/19/16
 
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|Max Rashes
 
|Ken Burkhardt
 
|9/20/16
 
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|Revant Ohri
 
|Andy L
 
|9/15/16
 
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|Aaron Mintz
 
|Ken Burkhardt
 
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|Ken Burkhardt
 
|10/17/16
 
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|Jon Komperda
 
|Ken Burkhardt
 
|10/17/16
 
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|Regan Via
 
|Ken Burkhardt
 
|10/17/16
 
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|Robert Richardson
 
|Ken Burkhardt
 
|10/17/16
 
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|Ryan Fiebing
 
|Ken Burkhardt
 
|10/24/16
 
|-
 
|Jack Berg
 
|Ken Burkhardt
 
|11/07/16
 
|-
 
|Logan Price
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|11/21/16
 
|-
 
|Kris Blouch
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|11/21/16
 
|-
 
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|Andy
 
|12/5/16
 
|-
 
|Chris Ruhland
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|01/05/17
 
|-
 
|John McBride
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|01/19/17
 
|-
 
|Will Heil
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|01/19/17
 
|-
 
|Dusty Buyck
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|01/19/17
 
|-
 
|Bruce Mace
 
|Eric Beauchamp
 
|02/20/17
 
|-
 
|Matthew Quigley
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|03/02/17
 
|-
 
|W. Anthony Claypool
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|03/16/17
 
|-
 
|Crystal Morales
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|2017-03-16
 
|-
 
|Jason Pittman
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|2017-03-16
 
|-
 
|Sam Chen
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|-
 
|Abel Greenwald
 
|Andy Larkin
 
|-
 
| [[User:Andrewvaughan|Andrew Vaughan]]
 
| Andy Larkin
 
| 2017-04-25
 
|-
 
|Molly Adamski
 
|Ralph Brendler
 
|4/27/17
 
|-
 
|Shabab Mustafa
 
|Ralph Brendler
 
|4/27/17
 
|-
 
|Adomas Tautkus
 
|Ralph Brendler
 
|4/27/17
 
|-
 
|Crystal Zapata
 
|Ralph Brendler
 
|4/27/17
 
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|Ralph Brendler
 
|4/27/17
 
|-
 
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|Ralph Brendler
 
|5/4/17
 
|-
 
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|Ralph Brendler
 
|5/18/17
 
|-
 
|Jim Handley
 
|Ralph Brendler
 
|5/13/17
 
|-
 
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|Ralph Brendler
 
|6/1/17
 
|-
 
|Kari Danek
 
|Ralph Brendler
 
|6/15/17
 
|-
 
|Christophe Laurent
 
|Ralph Brendler
 
|8/10/17
 
|-
 
|[[User:spektre1|Danielle MacDonald]]
 
|Ralph Brendler
 
|2017-06-29
 
|}
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:36, 30 December 2020


Rockwell Delta 20" Bandsaw
RockwellDelta20Bandsaw.jpg
Owner/Loaner Pumping Station:One
Serial Number 1457257
Make/Model 28-350
Arrival Date 8/26/15
Usability yes
Contact matt . triano @ gmail . com
Where Wood Shop
Authorization Needed yes
Hackable no
Estimated Value $1,000
Host Area Wood Shop


Rockwell Delta 20" Bandsaw Pumping Station:One Area: Wood Shop https://wiki.pumpingstationone.org/Rockwell_Delta_20%22_Bandsaw




Status

  • 3/6/2019. Andrew w replaced drive belt
  • 2/23/2019 drive belt broke, status will be updated once underway/fixed.
  • 10/18/2018 blade broke & Eric B. replaced it
  • 5/31/2019 someone broke off one of the guides while “brushing off” the table. it is usable but blade stability is poor. NEW guide made by helpful cold metals.
  • . 8/2019. Drive belt and pulley came off drive shaft. Eric and Gary replaced but drive belt does not run perfectly true. Brake does not seem to be optimally functional. Ralph will do a tune up soon.
  • Tires are out of lateral alignment as well. Ralph and helpers will do a total overhaul Saturday 9/7/2019
  • 9/8/2019. Ralph and Tim did total overhaul with new tires and belt. But later in day, blade was reportedly running off lower tire.
  • Ralph repaired lower tire. Discovered that we cannot run at fastest pulley setting.
  • 9/10 throat plate broken again
  • 9/16/19 joe made new throat plate
  • 10/13/19. Ralph discovered major bearing issues. Parts ordered.
  • 11/2/2019. Ralph put it back into service with the great assistance of Jim brink
  • 12/29/2019 thrust bearings and guides failure
  • 12/31/2019 Ralph replaced thrust bearings, guides and other pats top wheel bearing/shaft still needs work, but she's usable again
  • 1/8/2020 blade badly kinked. person was sawing fresh bark-on logs. i spoke with him AFTER. gn

switched to fine blade. new 1/2 inch blade on wall hanger

  • repaired.
  • 2-15-20. Loud squealing noise. Out of order FIXED


Notes

manual: File:Rockwell-28-350.pdf related manual with more details: File:Rockwell20bandsaw.pdf

The best manual is at http://www.walkemooretools.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Delta_Rockwell-bandsaw-manual.pdf

Authorization; How to get Authorized

Authorization for this tool by authorized proctors only. Members not previously authorized must take the CANVAS course at https://canvas.pumpingstationone.org/courses/40

  • Authorizations for the 14" Rockwell do not carry over to this tool
  • This tool requires authorization for use.
  • To be authorized, please see an authorized proctor/trainer from the list, below.

Consumable Parts

  • This saw takes 141" blades.
  • Thrust bearings type 6203-2Z (17mm x 40mm x 12mm). Be sure to get 2Z or ZZ (steel shield) and not 2RS (rubber shield).
  • Throat plate. We still need this made frequently

Throat plate templates/model courtesy of Joe Dowling

zip of SKP, STL and f3D files  : File:Bandsaw Plate.zip

image Media:picofbandsawplate.jpg and

Fusion 360 model at Joe's Adobe360 https://a360.co/2RdzuCe

There is usually a spare plates in the locked cabinet

Tips on Use

This section is based on a discussion that took place on the mailing list.

Band-saws have two main uses in the wood shop:

  1. The primary use is to make curved cuts in a piece of flat wood. In this case the piece is held by hand and guided so the blade follows the curve. A fence is counterproductive for this use.
  2. The second is resawing lumber that is too thick for the table saw. This is typically, but not exclusively, done with valuable pieces of wood for the purpose of creating a veneer. A fence may be appropriate for this use.

With a bandsaw, you basically never want to have the fence locked parallel to the blade. Every blade will have some degree of drift, and it is necessary to accommodate this drift to achieve a straight cut. There are two common solutions: single-point fences, and adjustable angle fences. PS:1 has both a nice magnetic adjustable fence and a single-point fence that attaches to it.

With a single point fence, you adjust for the drift angle by eye as you cut. This quick and easy method is most appropriate for resawing of narrower boards with a width of 6" or less.

For wider boards, use the adjustable fence with a tall secondary fence attached, carefully adjusted to the drift angle of the blade. For really wide boards, you can also use a presser-board to ensure contact with the fence.

Some additional advice on resawing:

  • Buy a nice blade and learn how to install and adjust it. The PS:1 blades are often fairly dull and don't track well.
  • Make sure your stock is prepared well, with at least one flat face and one square and flat edge.
  • Try to keep only 3-10 teeth in the wood. A 1.5 tpi blade is appropriate for most resawing.
  • Use a skip-tooth blade, at least 1" wide (but see note below).


Authorized Proctors

This tool requires authorization for use by an authorized proctor. Please contact one of the following to arrange authorization.

Proctor Contact
Eric Beauchamp — area host eric @ home-chicago.com
Ralph Brendler
Paul VanLake
Michelle DeLeon

List of Currently Authorized Users

Authorization for this tool by authorized proctors only. Members not previously Authorized must take the CANVAS course at https://canvas.pumpingstationone.org/courses/40