Blade Designation: Resawing Kiln Dry Domestic Wood or
Roughing (dry wood)
TPI (Tooth Per Inch): 3
Tooth Design: PC (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" - 10" Softwood 3" - 8”
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I recently bought 3 wolf timber saw blades from PS Wood Machines and I'm extremely happy with them. Very good quality blade and it provides a very clean cut, I'm really impressed with the lower tension the blades requires and still provides a clean cut. Thank you PS Wood Machines for the outstanding customer service and special word of thanks to Beth that went the extra mile to assist me, service like this is hard to find nowadays Thank you Anton
I haven't used it enough to give it 5 stars. Very happy with performance but not enough use to judge durability. I bought 2 and I not disappointed.
I have used Timber Wolf bandsaw blades for years and have always had outstanding performance.
Wow, I had no idea what a truly high quality blade would perform. I had been suffering through old blades for years. What was I thinking? I loved be able to order the proper length blade for my bandsaw. I will never buy another brand.
Timber Wolf blades are the best out there period I've had nothing but good luck with several different tooth and width blades for my old delta. I used them for doing some really tight radius intricate stuff to resawing As long as you are paying attention and know your machine you should be good to go! If you are having any problems getting nice cuts and your expected results, may I suggest checking all the basic stuff on your machine and use the tensioning method Timber Wolf gives you You can rest assured the blade ain't the problem!
Purchased this blade for all purpose cutting and light restating on my 16 inch Jet. Have used Timberwolf blades for years and all have been of high quality and a good value for what I think is a high end blade.
First time out it made a great cut on 6” wide walnut on my older Grizzly bandsaw
As a guitar maker I have to process spruce and miscellaneous hardwoods for construction. This blades clears sawdust and makes a thin kerf to avoid waste.