Blade Designation: Scrolling or
Curve, Template and Pattern Cutting
TPI (Tooth Per Inch): 10
Tooth Design: RK (raker)
Blade Thickness: .025
Tooth Hook Angle: 0°
Tooth Set Pattern: 5 Raker Set
Radius of Cut: 3/8”
Thickness of Work Material to be cut
Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 1/4” – 2 1/2” Softwood 1/4” – 1 1/2”
Plywood, MDF & other Composites: 1/4” – 2”
Soft Metal & Plastic: 1/4" - 1/2″
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Makes great cuts and sharper curves.
I have been switching between 1/8 inch and 1/4 inch blades. The 1/4 wouldn't make the radius I needed and the 1/8 couldn't cut straight. This 3/16 is the ticket! I can now cut out a peg head in one pass and the cut is plenty smooth for what I'm doing.
tHIS BLADE IS TRULY A TOUGH AND RESILIENT BLADE.. iT CUTS A LESS THAN 1/2 INCH CORNER IN MY CROSSES THAT i MAKE. IT WILL CUT OVER 100 CROSSES UNTIL IT EARS OUT, NOT BREAK WHICH IS 2-3 TIMES LONGER THAN ANY OTHER BLADE THAT I HAVE USED..
This is the only blade I use to rip a 2" X 2 " Basswood diagonally. It leaves a smooth cut. I'm pleased with the life of the blade.
I have an old 16" Delta band saw and its hard to find parts for it, including the blades. Recently I purchased two 3/16"X 10RK series blades for some three dimensional toys I was trying to cut using 2x4 lumber.The blades I got from PS WOOD came through exceedingly well! Very surprised, but happy. Thanks PS Wood.
Customer service very responsive to helping me change the ordered length. Also, I have 3 different blades and all are excellent. Don;t worry about the product quality, it is fantastic!
It being my first experience with these blades on a new WEN 14" bandsaw, it can be tricky coming to an educated guess when you've had no bandsaw schooling whatsoever, but I found the blades do cut real clean, but patience is a virtue! Then again, I am cutting bandsaw boxes measuring over 5" thick with 1 1\2 HP so it's hard to accurately say...but I'd be inclined to give this blade a thumbs up! I bought 3 already...
Works just as expected. This blade REALLY cuts like butter. Thin kerf is where it's at!
It's fantastic when you purchase a product and it does exactly what you want it to. This blade outperforms all other blades I have purchased in the past and is my main go-to blade for the majority of my cuts. Coupled with the carter stabilizer guide it's amazingly smooth.