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Lookling for 230mm Ryobi precision 2 wheel bandsaw blade. And we need a bench top for a Triton RTA 300 router table. what is the cost and how do we get these? And where from? we are a community based access program for disability clients, and do woodwork/toymaking for charity.

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Hello. this is the source i use. http://www.bandsawbladesdirect.com/?gclid=COK74Izm9qMCFZJ95QodrCBt3w

the cost is usually under ten dollars.

For the router table you might check out this site. good stuff and fair prices http://www.carbatec.com.au/machinery...p-router-table

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2. cut strip of paper and slide top guide towards the blade till bearing touch blade through the paper (paper thickness is about correct distance of bearing to the blade), allowing paper to be slided out without tension. lock bearing guide in.
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2. cut strip of paper and slide top guide towards the blade till bearing touch blade through the paper (paper thickness is about correct distance of bearing to the blade), allowing paper to be slided out without tension. lock it in.
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