1/2" x 2/3VPC Series Timber Wolf® band saw blades

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Timber Wolf® 1/2" x 2/3VPC

Blade Designation: Resawing Kiln Dry Domestic Wood or
Roughing (dry wood)

Width: 1/2"
TPI (Tooth Per Inch): 2/3
Tooth Design: VPC (variable positive claw)
Blade Thickness: .025
Kerf: .048
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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  • 5
    Leap of faith!

    Posted by Tom on Oct 4th 2019

    It was a "leap of faith" to purchase the 1/2" x 2/3 VPC series Timber Wolf blade for my ancient Model 2300 Boyce Crane, but Oh so worth it! I had an 8 year drying- big leaf maple burl waiting to be slabbed and this blade made it so easy. And, as promised, a great sawn finish. Couldn't be happier.

  • 4
    Indeciferable instructions.

    Posted by Greg on Sep 27th 2018

    In my bandsaw books there is no mention of blade flutter. There are references for unsafe operations for not tensioning the blade properly. It would seem as my saw has incremental indicators for proper tensions of various blade width, but nothing for low tension set up. Low tension seems to make sense, unfortunately your instructions do not. As you don't replace kinked blades I'll just put my project on hold and get the general consensus of my friends until I feel comfortable around your blade. A 18 inch Jet saw is not a toy with 137 inches of blade, your company seems awfully casual with my fingers, and money.

  • 5
    turbocharged my bandsaw

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 3rd 2018

    My little Jet 10” Jet bandsaw is now a lean mean resawing (albeit only 4”) machine, thanks to this blade.

  • 5
    1/2 inch bandsaw blade

    Posted by Ed Morse on Jul 12th 2018

    This is a great blade for re-sawing cuts like butter. will be ordering some more of these Timber wolf blades

  • 5
    Solid blades, good weld, excellent teeth quality and durability

    Posted by Marc Thompson on Jun 26th 2018

    Spanning 6 different blades of six differing types, these are among the best blades I have ever purchased both wide and thin. The welds are excellent, and after any initial deformations are stretched out via tension, these blades perform in a superior fashion. The blades also stay sharp even when put under stress, e.g., accidentally rubbing against cool blocks. These blades come highly recommended, and the fact that you can get them at any precise length that is required, will cause me to become a lifelong customer for as long as this company manufactures them.

  • 5
    The best

    Posted by Unknown on Nov 14th 2015

    This is absolutely the best band saw blade I've ever used. It starts out really sharp and stays that way longer than others I've used.