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Bar width and slabbing
« on: January 06, 2007, 12:11:23 AM »
Lately I have needed to cut through rounds and square them up for resaw on a smaller bandsaw/resaw in a wood shop.  It is an old carriage type.

I was told a wider bar helps with making long cuts straighter.  Can any of you help me out with what that would be?

I am using a Husqvarna 375.

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