3/4" x 2/3VPC Series Timber Wolf® band saw blades

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Timber Wolf® 3/4" x 2/3VPC

Blade Designation: Resawing Kiln Dry Domestic Wood

Width: 3/4"
TPI (Tooth Per Inch): 2/3
Tooth Design: VPC (variable positive claw)
Blade Thickness: .025
Kerf: .049
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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  • 5
    Exactly right

    Posted by Bobby Wheat on May 2nd 2020

    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!

  • 5
    Awesome !

    Posted by Ron on Apr 24th 2020

    It all starts with your web site. Easy to navigate, so you can order the correct band saw blade. Items ordered, arrived promptly. I quickly installed and used band saw blade to cut up raw material. Worked perfect !

  • 5
    Smooth and quiet

    Posted by Kiaaina Wong on Mar 28th 2020

    Bought two of these so I'd have one for a back up just in case. My laguna re-saw blade broke after a few years of use. I'd been purchasing other timber wolfe blades from PS Wood so I thought I'd give the re-saw blade a try especially since it's less expensive. I set up my blades using the Snodgrass method and did the flutter test. I was making 1/4" sapele edge-banding. Blade work fantastic and probably even better than my old Laguna Re-saw blade. Very happy with blade performance and customer service. Aloha

  • 5
    Awesome blade for re-sawing!

    Posted by Dave on Aug 31st 2019

    After reading comments in several woodworking forums regarding a used bandsaw I was interested in purchasing, I noted a fairly common comment regarding Timberwolf Blades. As a result, I pulled the trigger and ordered a 3/4" x 105" 2/3 tpi blade for re-sawing cherry. I bought the saw and prior to the Timberwolf blade arriving, I installed and tuned a standard 1/2" x 105". 3 tpi blade. I was quite impressed at the performance of the saw and wasn't really expecting the Timberwolf blade could be much better. Boy, was I wrong! I installed the Timberwolf blade for my next run of material, 600 lineal feet of re-sawing and I could hardly believe that my cutting speed was almost 25% faster with Timberwolf blade. Granted the Timberwolf blade is almost double the price of a standard blade but time is money and the performance of the Timberwolf blade is well worth the investment! I'll be buying Timberwolf Blades from now on!

  • 4

    Posted by john on Jun 5th 2019

    Good blades for both hard and soft woods.

  • 5
    Well worth it

    Posted by Tim on Apr 12th 2018

    Just finished installing and adjusting the blade on my Grizzly 14" bandsaw. Finally made the purchase when my latest project calls for 1/4" walnut panels. Resawed my first set of panels with the original Grizzly 3/8" 6TPI blade from 3/4" stock, and the resulting panels required significant planing of the rough surfaces to the point where I still had some minor irregularities by the time I planed down to 1/4". Repeated the same procedure with the newly installed 3/4" 3TPI Timberwolf. The results were very satisfying. I won't even need to send the resawn panels through the planer, but will be able finish of with a few light passes of my smoothing plane or even a card scraper. I did follow Timberwolf's instructions for tracking alignment and flutter tensioning.

  • 3
    Sharp, but a little uneven around the weld

    Posted by Steve Seebart on Mar 8th 2018

    I installed this blade on my 18" Grizzly saw the day it arrived--I had a lot of resawing to do. The blade cuts like a hot knife through butter. So far, I've run maple, sapele and walnut through it with no issues. Can't speak to longevity yet, however. At the point, the only complaint is the workmanship at the weld. The 3/4" width of the blade expands at the weld by enough that a correctly adjusted support bearing behind the blade rubs when the weld comes around. I had to back the support off, but I still get pulsing and a lot of noise when the saw is in operation.

  • 5
    Great quality blade

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 6th 2018

    This is the first timber wolf blade I have used. Although I just received the blade and have installed it on my Laguna bandsaw I haven't had time to do much re sawing. For the little I have done I like the way the blade handles. I've used it to re saw both with a fence and without and both ways work very well. Accuracy in re sawing is half the blade and half the setup of the bandsaw. This blade does its job very well. It is very sharp and the weld was well finished. If something changes my opinion in the future I will certainly add to this post.

  • 5
    Great Blade

    Posted by Rick on Feb 20th 2018

    Just finished setting this blade up on my band saw. Wow, very pleased! Very true cut, slice a piece of 5" wide walnut like butter. Very smooth cut. Will take nothing to plan this off. One light pass will do it. Thank you. I'll be buying other Timber Wolf blades.