Blade Designation: Curve, Template and Pattern Cutting or
Ripping and Crosscutting
TPI (Tooth Per Inch): 6
Tooth Design: PC (positive claw)
Blade Thickness: .025
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 3/4" -2 1/2” Softwood 1/2” – 1 1/2”
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Seems to me all the Timber Wolf Blades are a good investment. This is my second 1/4” blade works very well and retains that sharp edge a long time. My bandsaw is one of my main tools, after trail and error from many other brands, Timber Wolf are the blades I use. The Baker’s Wood Shop
It also will cut a tighter radius than the blade that came with my Rikon bandsaw. I was not able to get a straight cut without drift with my old blade not knowing it was worn. The setup instructions made all the difference along with this good blade, and my bandsaw runs better than it ever did allowing me to do more work with it, with consistent cuts and less mistakes.
Where are my blades. This is probably the last order you get from me
One of the best blades out there.
Have a small tabletop bandsaw for use when I travel. It was pretty useless until I put a Timberwolf blade on it. What a difference!! Can say enough about how pleased I am with these blades. They are all I use on my big bandsaw at home as well! Excellent quality!!
Great product. Will buy again. Fit was perfect.
Best replacement blade made.
The blade was the perfect length, runs super smooth and cuts great!
Last year I bought a small band saw from Sears, then the blade broke. I ordered2 new blades and was informed that would take 4 weeks. This saw is built like a tank, all steel, cast iron table. No blade. so I found you and ordered blades, 70 1/2 inch. I saw hardwood, padauk, purple heart, and so on. I make little boxes, women love them, they are lined with plush upholstery, and I give them away. They must be perfect, if not, I cut them up, trash . Your saw blades have surely passed the hardwood test. I'm 90 years old and have been doing this since I retired from the Space Program in 1989.