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My blade won't cut threw the intier stock. like somthing is stoping it from breaching the deck. There is no saw dust hindering it anywhere and it used to cut right threw.

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Turn the bolt counter clock wise on the arm, this will allow the blade to go lower...don't go too far or u will cut into the base and or fence.

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New blade tares threw the wood. its hard to push the wood threw the blade


Are you using a new band saw blade? Are you running on a correct speed. I suggest to change the blade. I got 201 Carbon blade from http://sawblade.com/ . Also, make sure you're in right speed so that the blade will make the cut. Don't feed it so hard, let the blade do the work.

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What is your bandsaw? I have metal and wood cutting band saw. I just follow the procedures in the manual. I am using different Haltbar saw blades,well, actually it would depend on what stock I'm gonna cut. Try reading this blog : http://bandsawblog.com/replacing-the-band-saw-blade-on-your-band-saw/ . Hope that helps.

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MAYBE YOUR SAW HAS NOT ENOUGH POWER OR THE BLADE IS BAD.

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It could be the particular wood you're cutting, you could have clogged the underside of the saw with dust and need to clean it, you could have your dust collection system running in reverse (heh heh that's a joke son), or it could be related to that particular blade. Different blades are designed for different purposes, and sometimes a rip blade, for example will be designed with gullets that quickly remove the material from the kerf so the blade won't pinch or bog down when ripping. These can tend to throw out more material that an all-purpose (50T) or cutoff blade. Some chip designs may throw more material than others, e.g. ATB versus triple chip, but I haven't noticed this.
Sometimes you will experience more dust when cutting MDF, say, instead of plywood or hardwood. Try a blade with more teeth, perhaps, or a slower feed rate, or equip your saw with a vacuum system to extract the cut dust from below.
Another item to check is the motor itself. Make sure a sliver or shim of wood hasn't fallen through the throat plate and impeded the flow of air to the motor. Make sure the motor is free of dust and can breathe.
In any case, I recommend you wear safety glasses and a dust mask of some sort, to protect yourself.

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!

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How do I change the blade?


Unplug the saw. Remove the plate that the blade goes through this will allow access to the nut. Raise the blade several inches above table deck. Place a block of wood under the teeth to bind the blade so it won't rotate you should be standing on the infeed side of the blade. With a wrench loosen the nut (Towards You) Reverse to reinstall. It is also a good idea to wear leather gloves in case you slip the blades can still do damage even when dull. Hope this helps please rate if this was helpful in any way. Good Luck and have a great weekend.

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I HAVE THE JET 414458 HVBS SAW.THE SAW CUTS ROUND STOCK CROOKED.IT LOOKS LIKE THEBLADE IS IN CONTACT WITH THE STOCK AT THE START OF THE CUT AND ABOUT .250 AT THE END OF THE CUT THE STOCK IS 1" IN DIAMETER


There are two possible reasons for your band saw to cut crooked.
1 is the set on one side of the saw blade has worn down and you need to change your blade, or
2 your band saw blade is not square to the bed of your band saw.

If the blade is brand new and it still cuts crooked then you need to square the blade to the bed. To check if the blade is square to the bed, lift the head of the saw up a couple of inches and take a square and set it on the bed. Slide the square up to the blade and to see if there is a gap between the edge of the square and the blade. Try to pick a spot on the blade where the tooth is straight or bent away from the square. If there is a gap you'll need to move both blade supports in or out until there is no gap between the edge of the square and the blade.
If you are unable get it squared yourself, contact the place you bought the saw from. They maybe willing to send a service tech out to do it for you. Some band saw blade makers are also willing to send a service tech out to correct any problems that you may have. Lennox is one such company that may send a service tech if you are using their blades.
Hope this helps you,
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