Slicing Frozen Hamburger

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10 years 9 months ago #9727 by Ron Roberts
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Doug Reid tells of a time he forget to get the hamburger out of the freezer in time for it to thaw and be made into patties. So he takes it out to his shop, fires up his Mark V & bandsaw and slices away!! :laugh:

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10 years 9 months ago #9735 by nuhobby
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Actually a few months back I saw a science-program talking about salmon fishing. The old-school guys keep the salmon \"fresh\" as possible. But with the growing mass market of sushi, the big greedy harvesters have been flash-freezing the salmon, after which they cut it for packaging -- using bandsaws!

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10 years 9 months ago #9739 by Ruggs59
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I would think it would be a big mess in your bandsaw to clean up after.

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10 years 8 months ago #9745 by admin
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I have also used a bandsaw to cut ground beef. Worked well, But very messy once the beef \"dust\" starts to melt.

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10 years 5 months ago #9955 by skou
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If you look inside your local butcher shop, you'll see some bandsaws. Yes, they use them to cut up meat, especially meat with bones in it. (Think T-bone steaks, and pork chops.)

There are also bandsaw blades for cutting up boneless cuts of meat, with a wave pattern on them. (Not a breaking wave, but mid-ocean waves.) The ones for cutting bones, look like a wood blade.

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