|A couple of other neat things popped up. This is one of the old grinder tables that came with it. It is about useless but may serve to hold something useful for grinding. Beside it is a grinder jig section I am developing for skew chisels.|
|So the grinder cabinet gets put back together and ready for the other side of the shop.|
|Oh, by the way, the back of the cabinet serves to hold a power bar with its own breaker. The grinder has a rope and handle for occasions I have to carry it for a sharpener at demonstrations. The handle is a given for these heavy little critters.|
|My old 10" Rockwell/Beaver bandsaw has been with me for over 30 years. It has worked well and needs some tender love and care. For now some basic cleaning. This should be done as periodic maintenance for a bandsaw and in this case I have done so about 7 months ago.|
|Notice the saw is unplugged. Now the outside is dusted and the doors come off.|
|The blade is removed and curled up for later remounting after it has been checked for visible cracks and defects.|
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