1/4" x 4PC Series Timber Wolf® band saw blade

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Timber Wolf® 1/4" x 4PC


Blade Designation: Roughing (dry wood)

Width: 1/4"
TPI (Tooth Per Inch): 4
Tooth Design: PC (positive claw)
Blade Thickness: .025
Kerf: .042
Tooth Hook Angle: 6.5°
Tooth Set Pattern: 5 Raker Set
Radius of Cut: 5/8”

Thickness of Work Material to be cut
Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 2 1/2” - 6" Softwood 1 1/2” – 4”

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  • 3
    Still waiting for it to arrive

    Posted by Nick Newton on Jun 14th 2020

    ... maybe it's because of the pandemic, but I ordered a 102" 1/4 inch blad early in June, and it has yet to arrive. I've heard nothing but good things about this product, and I'm anxious to run a few bits of wood past it! (When it finally gets here)

  • 5
    dependable company

    Posted by Harold Yazell on Dec 10th 2019

    Good saw blades. Good service.

  • 5
    Excellent Blade

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 17th 2019

    Finally found a band saw blade that is everything it claims to be. Excellent

  • 5
    Timber Wolf band saw blades

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 11th 2019

    Excellent product and great customer service.

  • 4
    very satisfied

    Posted by Lamar McKenzie on Jun 28th 2019

    I have purchased several Timber Wolf blades and have been very happy with the sharpness, tracking and overall performance. I did, however, have one break recently at the weld. That’s the only time and I marked it up as nothing is perfect. I would recommend these blades to anyone.

  • 5
    Don't hesitate to buy it

    Posted by dagov on Mar 29th 2019

    A great blade as I use it with a carter bandsaw stabilizer. Cuts great in hardwood and softwood. Use it for making bandsaw boxes and rough cuts of templates. I"ve bought two of these so far. One for my Delta 12" and one for my Jet 14".

  • 5
    Excellent blades.

    Posted by Jerry on Mar 28th 2019

    I have used them for 10 years or longer. I use my bandsaw for primarily reading and roughing out lumber, and only occasionally for curved work. But these are the best blades I have ever used in 40 plus years of woodworking.