Blade Designation: Scrolling
TPI (Tooth Per Inch): 14
Tooth Design: HP (high performance)
Blade Thickness: .025
Tooth Hook Angle: 0°
Tooth Set Pattern: 5 Raker Set
Radius of Cut: 7/32”
Thickness of Work Material to be cut
Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 1/8” – 2” Softwood 1/8” – 1 1/4”
Plywood, MDF & other Composites: 1/4” – 1”
Soft Metal & Plastic: 1/4" - 1/2″
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Have bought these blades before and been pretty happy. They eventually break and I wish they would stay sharp longer but I have not used other blades so it is hard to compare.
Been using these blades for several years.. cut a lot of 1 - 1 1/2 " hardwood. No problems. Always good service and advise.
I have been buying blades from PS Wood Machines for years. The high quality blades, great customer service and quick shipments has earned them a loyal customer. Highly recommended!
Does not seem to turn as tight as it should.
Great blades and they are as advertised.
This is a good blade. I have made a lot of chess pieces
This blade was amazing - I used it to cut effortlessly through 8/4 Padouk with no problem!
I have used the 1/8 blade and it performed great not too much sanding.Was introduced to Timber wolf blades 20 years ago at the Woodworking shows in mn thankyou .
I purchased the 62" version for my benchtop saw, and this blade is perhaps the smoothest cutting and fastest 1/8" I've ever used. Unfortunately, I think the blade is a bit too thick for a band size that small, it was far thicker than the Bosch blades I'd been using previously, and I believe that contributed to its weld failure at approximately 2hrs of use, split up into roughly ten-minute runs making parts across the span of a year. The blade was still razor sharp and cutting flawlessly when the weld failed, with no excessive load on the saw or anything of the like. I suspect the blade thickness is just such that it induces excessive forces in the weld on a small diameter wheel. I find it hard to purchase another, as much as I like the blade, ten dollars an operating hour is pretty darn steep.