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Re: Bread Slicer
« Reply #20 on: February 05, 2014, 05:11:21 PM »
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I love your bread slicer. Very nice piece of craftsmanship and very practical. I may have to make a scaled down version of that for my 27 year old daughter. She has one of those bread machine and is always treating me to one bread or another. I bet she would really like something like that.

Don't forget the bagel holding attachment, like the wood bagel slicers you see in the stores, that would allow you to use the same blade setup to safely, and consistently cut the bagel precisely in half. 

You do some very nice work there my friend. Now you need a cnc to cut your parts for you when you go into mass production. :D
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Re: Bread Slicer
« Reply #21 on: February 05, 2014, 06:38:25 PM »
Busy Beaver Lumber.
Thanks for the compliment. That CNC sounds better everyday. I built a CNC plasma table a couple of years ago that was going to also be a router, but the plasma turned out to be so dirty that it just is not practical. So lately I have been thinking about building the router as I already own copies of all the cad, cam, and machine control software plus I have a extra set of servo motors. The only problem is I really don't like to build anything more then once. But now it seems that may have to change since I have requests. Once you get used to fresh bread toasted you will never return to bagels.
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Re: Bread Slicer
« Reply #22 on: February 05, 2014, 08:27:22 PM »
Herb thanks for the link. My blade is 10 3/4" overall with 10 1/4 between the holes, sawblade express list their blades as 10 1/4" long. Could you please check the between hole distance on them? Thanks. One thing you will want to do is locate the mounting screws so there is some tension on the blade to get a really straight cut on soft hot bread.

I just measured the ones I received. Overall length is 10 3/4" and distance between centers of holes is 10 1/4". Width of blade at widest point is 3/8" and yes, they are very, VERY, VEERRRYYYY sharp.

Thanks for the tip on tensioning the blade.

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Re: Bread Slicer
« Reply #23 on: February 05, 2014, 08:38:15 PM »
We had a bread knife when I was a kid growing up . Blade looked like that and it had a chrome bar that allowed you to cut 1/2 inch slices . Yours looks much better  . Nice work . Red
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Re: Bread Slicer
« Reply #24 on: February 06, 2014, 07:38:14 AM »

I just measured the ones I received. Overall length is 10 3/4" and distance between centers of holes is 10 1/4". Width of blade at widest point is 3/8" and yes, they are very, VERY, VEERRRYYYY sharp.

Thanks for checking that. One other thing. I went to my local dollar store and bought a pack of those clear plastic report folders with the colored plastic splines that slide on to pinch the paper in. Cut the plastic splines to a length that will fit over the blade to act as a safety cover when the knife is not being used.
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