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Old 03-15-2011, 09:54 AM
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I know this is an old post but here is some pictures of a table that I made to go with my Johnson model J bandsaw.
Out feed table, looks nice, no worries of drops hitting the floor.
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Welcome to the site, Blackwaterforge. Wow, that's a handy looking table!


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Old 03-17-2011, 10:32 AM
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That table looks good! I never considered having an outfeed table on on a horizontal saw, but that would be handy at times for odd cuts.
Thanks for sharing!
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Default Johnson Model J Bandsaw rebuild questions

I've been using a Model J bandsaw for nearly 20 years now and just last week it stopped running. After dismantling the sides and taking the gear box out, opening it, I found that the Bronze gear has been worn down to almost nothing.

Where might I aquire this gear or the spec to have this gear made (which I'd rather not). We are an engineering firm in Putnam County, NY. This saw had been a vital part in our destructive analysis and would really like to have it back in service. Any help would be appreciated.

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Old 02-27-2017, 02:28 PM
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Metalman, the old Johnson & Kysor-Johnson saws are now a part of the Dake Corporation.
You can contact them here: http://www.dakecorp.com/spare-parts

My only experience with them has been by email and one phone call. They were very nice & accommodating but the parts I needed were pretty expensive (blade guides) so I built my own. The Dake guys sent me an owner's manual which did make the project easier.
You should be able to download your own manual from the page if you don't have one. Or call the 800 number.
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