Blade Designation: Resawing Kiln Dry Domestic Wood
TPI (Tooth Per Inch): 3
Tooth Design: TPC (thin 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" - 10" Softwood 3" - 8”
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3/4" bandsaw blade - timber wolf
As always, PS Wood service exceeds expectations and products are excellent.
Timber Wolf Blade
This band saw blade works excellent and was a great improvement over the cheaper blades I was using before. It may have I higher initial cost, but I believe it was well worth it. I will be using nothing but Timber Wolf blades from now on.
Cuts Epoxy Resin with ease
This blade makes really nice clean cuts. I have a 14 inch Jet and was using a Jet blade for a while and then tried this one. It was amazing how much smoother and cleaner this blade was. I mainly cut hybrid wood/resin blocks that are 3 inches thick and it was able to cut cleanly but also with almost no heat at all. The resin normally sticks to the blades as they heat up but I was able to cut for almost an hour without any issue. I also need to cut thin veneers to cast in the resin and I have been able to consistently get them just under 1/32 inch. It cuts right through some gnarly hard black walnut burls and was smooth enough to cut slices of some really delicate buckeye burls. I ordered a second one right away to have a back up so I don't have to use the old Jet blade again.
Sawing and resawing thick black walnut
could not believe how fast this blade went through a piece of 6inch thick seasoned black walnut. this wood was cut in late 80's and been air drying all these years. saw a good straight marked line without any type fence. Super sharp and hope will last a good while.
what a huge difference
I had just seen an endorsement from G. Vondriska about these blades just when considering a new resaw blade. I had previously been ruining lots of quality lumber trying to make bookmatched halves with the blade that came with the saw - not at all happy. Then, holy cow, what a joy this was on the first cuts, with an 8” wide slab of hard maple. Machine never slowed, absolutely no wandering, making 1/16” “veneers”. And following only a pencil line by eye, no fence. Sure there was planing out the saw marks after each pass, as expected, but I only needed one clean face for this project. So very impressed.
TPC series blade
I recently purchased a 3/4" 3TPC series Timber Woolf band saw blade. I have already used it about 6 times, primarily for resawing, which will be its primary use. I am very pleased with the results. This is a very sharp blade, and the 3/4" width is a good choice for resawing. The texture is fairly minor and easy to sand to a smooth surface. I am very pleased with this blade.
Blade fit properly, tracks well and cuts like it should. Can't get any better than that.
Are your bandsaw blades just not cutting it?
I have been re-sawing wood for musical instruments for about 20 years and I want to go on record as saying that the 3/4 X 3TPC series blades are by far the best that I have ever found. They not only cut true and straight, but they went through about every exotic hardwood I threw at it. They did not wave or travel in the slot. They cut as true as anything I have ever tried. I am not only satisfied but I am sold on these as the only bandsaw blade I will ever purchase to cut my wood. Thanks P S Wood Machines....Harry P
Use this for resawing on my 14” Jet and it works great. Recommend to anyone. Very good product.