Blade Designation: Resawing Kiln Dry Domestic Wood
TPI (Tooth Per Inch): 2/3
Tooth Design: VPC (variable positive claw)
Blade Thickness: .025
Tooth Hook Angle: 6.5°
Tooth Set Pattern: 5 Raker Set
Radius of Cut: 5 7/16"
Thickness of Work Material to be cut
Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 3" - 12" Softwood 3" - 10"
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Timberwolf Bandsaw blades
I have used Timberwolf bandsaw blades since I purchaased my first bandsaw. I have found them to be high quality and that they cut smoothly and straight.
Timberwolf Bandsaw Blades
These blades cut smooth and clean, little flutter. Better still, one blade broke at the weld. I e-mailed them, they viewed a picture I sent and they sent me a free replacement, no hassle. Good folks.
Band saw blade
Very sharp and very tough. Made quick work of some oak and elm.
timber wolf 3/4 x 2/3 tpi band saw blade
This is a great blade for re-sawing, its just what I'd hope it would be. Works great in my grizzly 17 inch band saw.
Best bandsaw blade
Blade is super sharp with a f fairly thin kerf works great for re-sawing. Best band saw blade I have ever used.
made my boards to thick
I am used to cutting my boards 3/16 inch thicker than what I need for my finished project. I needed to do that with other blades to sand out the imperfections from the cut. I make jewelry boxes and like my boards around 1/4 inch thick. This blade felt hungry for the wood I was feeding it seemed to want it faster. I took my boards to the thickness sander and they came out clean and ready with very minimal sanding but to thick for my project. With this blade now I am cutting my boards 5/16 and sanding them with a hand sander. I resaw cherry, maple, oak, and walnut. If you want good clean cut this is the blade you want. If you want easy ordering and fast delivery this is the company to buy from.
Set up was easy, cut was great.
I followed the tensioning instructions on the package (which, by the way, are clearer than the instructions on the website) and without further ado had a perfectly straight rip, both freehand and with the fence.
I needed the blade for a small project, it worked. I’m really not in a position to review this but I will say that previous other blades have great. (3/16 & 1/4)
I’m ripping hundreds of feet of kiln dried lumber, from 1” to nearly 4” thick. This blade is producing the best results I’ve had from any blades I’ve used. It is exactly the right combination of tpi and hook in a blade that is not too thick. PS Wood Machines website is easy to order from, and I really appreciate the suggestions on uses for each type of blade. I’ll be back!