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Bandsaw - full view photo

It turned out to be quite a large beast! Using a old measuring stick I’m 6’2″ and the saw is 6’9″, no wonder I had to use a small stepladder when working on the top wheel tensioner assembly which also facilities blade tracking.

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Bandsaw – the old tyre

This is the original tyre that I just replace because it has stretched quite a bit.

I mentioned in the previous post that I did not do a good job of cutting out around the valve…and you can see that in this picture. 11 more words

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Last Friday Restorative Yoga of Sound Workshop

Last Friday Restorative Yoga & Tibetan Singing Bowls

with Jessie Tierney, CRYT and Nathan Malcomb

at the Center for Holistic Wellness, Sedro Woolley WA… 227 more words

Yoga

Watch Your Step!

A couple of weeks ago, I did this really cool thing where I stepped off a curb into a storm drain. The drop was further than expected and onto an uneven surface and I double sprained my ankle (I simultaneously sprained the inside and outside of my ankle). 405 more words

MFA

Bandsaw update – checking wheel balance

Balancing a wheel can take time, normal practice is to remove weight by boring out material around the circumference but I prefer to add weight in the form of metal washers. 53 more words

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Bandsaw – tyre change

While replacing the damaged lower wheel outer bearing flange it got me thinking just how much load/strain is placed on the lower wheel and it’s related components. 213 more words

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Technical Writing Style Workshop on Feb. 3

Prepare for your TECM 2700 style exam by reviewing the basics of technical style on Tuesday, February 3. We’ll meet in Sage Hall, room 231 at 5:00 p.m. 9 more words

UNT Writing Lab