Blade Designation: Curve, Template and Pattern Cutting or
Ripping and Crosscutting
TPI (Tooth Per Inch): 6
Tooth Design: PC (positive claw)
Blade Thickness: .025
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 3/4" - 2 1/2” Softwood 1/2” – 1 1/2”
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I think this product is great. Unfortunately, I ordered the wrong length. Not sure if I can return.
We use these blades for on a 16 inch 1940's Walker Turner saw and have really good performance from them. We have a small machine shop and mainly cut wood and plastic with them, they consistently have a long running life of several hundred hours.
The blade has cut and performed better than all other blades I have tried I will only use this type of blade
Needing to replace the general use blade on my Inca bandsaw I chose the Timberwolf 3/8 x 6pc blade. This new blade performs great. It cuts well, tracks well, has a good weld seam, arrived quickly and, with luck, it may last a long time. Paul A
Buying only TW blades for the past few years. Used to get them from Amazon but glad I looked here - cheaper and delivery time is the same. These blades are the only one can handle ironwood blocks for my knives! Micarta, stabilized wood, kydex - anything, plus it lasts longer.
ive had good luck with timber wolf blades and this time i accidently ordered the wrong one, i had no choice but to use it but as it turns out it worked good for this application as well. im sticking with timber wolf
I got a very old Milwaukee bandsaw from my Dad, and although it cut pretty well, I thought I'd try one of your blades. It arrived last week and it is great. In fact, it is so good, that I'm going to order a couple of more for my Jet Bandsaw as your blades are much better than the ones I've been getting from Jet
I recently bought my first band saw and was pretty frustrated with it. I read an article with some helpful tips, number one of which was to throw away the blade that came with the saw and get a decent one, they suggested Timber Wolf. Boy were they right. What a difference. It turned a the saw from a frustrating waste of wood into a useful tool.
last a lot longer than any of the rest my #1 go to