hey all ) I made a roller conveyor table for my bandsaw. It was a difficult thing to make, due to the heat this weekend warping the 100x100 box section i was using to keep the rollers level. Ive never come across that before, sunshine warping metal.... I ended up running the hose along the beam for 5 mins to cool it down and then restarting. You can see the spring in one of the pics I used to keep tension on the roller axle's. So anyway, it was a weekends work and its done and I'm pleased, just need to finished grinding, and then paint it. below are a million photos theres one there of a weld.. my arc welding was truly terrible up until a few weeks ago, and then something changed. I'm glad that happened. welded onto large beam to keep the frame straight trying my level best... spring tension roller pressed against beam, to keep it all straight And then it all went pear shaped.... badly pear shaped. The beam warped with the heat from the sun... suddenly none of the rollers were tight against the underside anymore... figured out what was happening and doused the beam with water from the hose and restarted made up some adjustable feet for the bottom of the bandsaw proud of this weld, took a long time to get to this stage, lot of banging my head off a wall the nearly finished article I have an issue though.... The blade in my bandsaw snapped, I got a new one, but now the saw isnt cutting straight. What I might do is try arc weld the old blade just to make sure it is the new blade thats at fault. Its distressing to tell you the truth, I need to get moving building the plasma table, thats why I built this roller conveyor... the dominoes have stopped falling and I need them to start again pronto due to time and money concerns. Would love to hear from anyone with a femi saw that has experienced similar.