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It looks like your blade is flexing a lot. On your upper and lower (beneath table) guides, the should be a bearing that limits how far back your blade can push. You should move those bearings forward and leave less than 1 pair thickness between bearings and blade. There are a number of bandsaw tuning instructables that I've used to get my saw running smoother. =)
Reclaimed Wall Map With Epoxy Resin River and Road Inlay (Washington, D.C.)
Design Sketching Class
Large Motors Class
Hanging Gear Clock
Are there any special considerations when opening the camera? I'm not a photographer, but I'd hate to spend a year on this and then find out I ruined the whole thing with the wrong type of light bulb or something.
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Understanding 3D Scanning
Tools and Materials for 3D Scanning
3D Scanning Class
I've tried WD, PB, Kroil. Kroil is thinner, and wicks better over time. When removing a rusted exhaust manifold, Kroil works like this: Spray, wrench, drink a beer, spray, wrench drink a beer, spray, wrench, bolt comes loose. I haven't had that increase over time with PB. I own old Subarus in New England, so all I do is work on rusted bolts =)
You need to try Kroil, in either AeroKroil or KanoKroil form. It's fantastic!