I posted some time back that I was having troubles getting a straight rip from my Ryobi 4510. I think it was a combination of no infeed/outfeed tables, me working alone, ripping a full sheet of plywood the long way, and a maybe 22" of fence. Yeah I know, with all that going for me how could I have screwed it up?! There are some ways to put even a full size bessey on here, lots of plans/ideas on the Interwebz. I was looking for something a little less high tech to start with. I thought if I could get a piece of extruded aluminum, straight of course, and clamped it on there - it would be a pretty good fill-in. Am I way off base?
The link was to a Facebook video - sorry it didn't show up on mobile! This should work better.
As for the creepy detective music, it sounded slow, low-pitched, and snail-y, I guess, haha! :)
The snail design was a commissioned decision. My uncle wanted a snail-shaped box for my aunt for Christmas, so I got money and that was the extent of the specifications for the box. I decided to be a bit more representational than your typical silhouette bandsaw box, and went for a full 3D head on the snail. I did most of the sculpting with my bandsaw, tilting the work surface and cutting away the larger chunks. I then smoothed it out by putting my random orbital sander into a bench clamp and working the head on some 80-grit paper at full speed. Here's a picture of it earlier on:
And here's the roughly-sculpted head, after the bandsaw but before the sander:
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