Easy resawing is post about Band Saw bookmarked by byron with ID 1304699621 was uploaded on 07-01-2019 and has been viewed 221,684 times.
In my experience, resawing on a bandsaw is one of those things that makes smoke come out of woodworkers' ears.It can, admittedly, be tough to get perfect, especially if you have to go through the steps required for drift compensation.
(Sometimes you get the drift, sometimes you don't.) Here's what'll save your resaw bacon.You don't always have to do drift compensation.The key to dirt simple resawing is a singe point contact fence, which you can easily make.
The Fence.The fence is simple.Use 1/2″ plywood for the base, face, and brace.Use 3/4″ hardwood for the contact point.The height of the face should be close to the width of the material you'll be resawing.
Your best bet is to make a few of these, in 2″ increments, so you have fences for narrow, medium, and wide stock.The base should as long as your bandsaw table is deep, or a little more.The brace needs to be cut at a perfect 90-degrees.
The hole is for hanging the fence up when you're done.Make the contact point by easing two corners with a 3/8″ roundover bit, which produces a bull nose.Do this to a piece that's wider and...