3/8" x 4PC Series Timber Wolf® band saw blade

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Timber Wolf® 3/8" x 4PC


Blade Designation: Ripping and Crosscutting

Width: 3/8"
TPI (Tooth Per Inch): 4
Tooth Design: PC (positive claw)
Blade Thickness: .025
Kerf: .042
Tooth Hook Angle: 6.5°
Tooth Set Pattern: 5 Raker Set
Radius of Cut: 1 1/4”

Thickness of Work Material to be cut
Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 2 1/2” - 6" Softwood 1 1/2” – 4”

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  • 5
    111" band saw blade.

    Posted by Judith M Gelinas on May 12th 2022

    Excellent

  • 5
    Timber Wolf Blades

    Posted by Joey on Dec 9th 2021

    This is the best product I have found for my needs in guitar lumber prep. A great company that stands behind their product!

  • 5
    Timberwolf blades

    Posted by Dick Hurkman on Dec 8th 2021

    I’ve tried a lot of different blades for my bandsaw, these are by far the best They are the easiest to set up and usually track properly without any adjustment Long lasting sharpness and are very sturdy

  • 5
    3/8 blade 4pc

    Posted by Mark on Oct 1st 2021

    blade cuts great.

  • 5
    ps wood quality blades

    Posted by edward gradowski on Jul 29th 2021

    i only use timber wolf blades. they are the best.

  • 5
    timberwolf blades

    Posted by Unknown on Jul 20th 2020

    I have used these blades for ten years and have never had a problem. I use them for resawing and rounding green bowl blanks. I love these blades.

  • 5
    As usual, excellent blade from PS Wood

    Posted by Dave on Feb 18th 2020

    I have been using PS Wood blades for probably 20 years. I first saw them in the Woodworkers Show in Michigan. They are excellent and track so well. The thing that first attracted me to them was the demo where the cool-blocks were not even securing the blade for tracking. Since I moved to San Diego, they are not available locally, so I tried the Olson's from Rockler, and was not impressed. Finally, I decided to order online, and glad I did. You should try to get Rockler to carry. There is no Woodcraft store nearby.