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Free Plan: A Lathe Mounted Bandsaw

Free Plan: A Lathe Mounted Bandsaw

This intriguing design for a lathe mounted bandsaw appeared in Issues 9 and 10 of Model Engineers' Workshop (February/March 1992 and April/May 1992). Designed by Mr G Gray of Nantwich it was designed to be mounted on, and powered by, a Myford ML7 lathe, but no doubt with some modification it could be used with many other lathes of similar centre height.

Neil Wyatt24/11/2014 21:40:50
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A double issue-plan over four sheets for G. Gray's ML7 mounted bandsaw*.

**LINK**

A bit different from earlier plans!

Enjoy...

Neil

*or G. G. Grey - spelt one way on the plan, the other in the article.

Edited By Neil Wyatt on 24/11/2014 21:42:14

Michael Gilligan24/11/2014 22:08:34
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Interesting idea, but ...

MichaelG.

Bandersnatch24/11/2014 22:41:09
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But there's woodwork involved

wink

David Clark 125/11/2014 08:48:40
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Perhaps you could use it to make a wooden box to store the attachment in.

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