Blade Designation: Resawing Kiln Dry Domestic Wood or
Roughing (dry wood)
TPI (Tooth Per Inch): 2/3
Tooth Design: VPC (variable positive claw)
Blade Thickness: .025
Tooth Hook Angle: 6.5°
Tooth Set Pattern: 5 Raker Set
Radius of Cut: 2 1/2”
Thickness of Work Material to be cut
Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 3" - 12" Softwood 3" - 10”
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Great blade for resawing or milling hardwood logs.
Using on a 1947-50 Crescent 20" band saw with 2 Hp motor. With the blade gullets centered on the top wheel had no trouble resawing sycamore, walnut, and poplar.
Blades when working cut very well. I am pleased with the second blade. First blade was very wobbly. Finally found that it had been kinked when delivered and as a result would not align and travel in a straight path. Vise grips pinching the kink straightened it and improved its travel. Blade broke at the kink. Not impressed at the inspection of the blade before shipping. Too long a wait to ship back and have it replaced. Founds a Canadian source which supplies cheaper blades with excellent welds.
Timber Wolf has been my go-to blades for years. They are sharp, true cutting, and long lasting. Will not buy anything else ?
I have used Timberwolf bandsaw blades since I purchaased my first bandsaw. I have found them to be high quality and that they cut smoothly and straight.
Best saw blades on the market.
A very smooth cutting blade. The best band saw blade I have ever used. Excellent for resawing.
I have never used a better blade, especially for re-sawing. excellent for general rip cuts as well.
When I purchased my bandsaw 16 years ago, the dealer added in a Timberwolf blade. A 1/4" resaw blade. These are the only blades I have used ever since. They cut extremely well, and hold an edge for quite a long time. I use them for resawing oak, maple and poplar, as well as pine. I highly reccomend these blades.