Delta Bandsaw Zero Clearance Throat Insert

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Delta Bandsaw Zero Clearance Throat Insert by bennettmarks439 Dec 31, 2012

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This is a drop in replacement for the circular throat disk that sits in the bandsaw table.


Since this is zero clearance, you will need to turn on the bandsaw and cut a slot in the throat disk. Use the slotline on the top of the disk as a guide. The disk should drop in to the bandsaw table snugly. If your printer is generating out-of-round circles, then this won't fit. Tighten your belts and try again.

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I just finished printing one using white ABS and it fit very well though just a hair lower than the table surface. My original Delta band saw insert (like yours from the photo) has a bump that keeps the insert from rotating - I wonder if that's worth adding to the model.

I suppose it would be quite simple to add the bump.
Apparently ABS shrinks a bit more than PLA. You can adjust that in the SCAD.

Great idea!

Whoops. Here it is. I meant to put up the stl not the gcode.