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Laguna Resaw King Bandsaw Blade 105" x .75" x Variable TPI

Item #849477
$149.00
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4.0

(5 reviews)

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Product Information:

If you’re interested in maximizing the yield of expensive veneer grade woods and reducing the sanding necessary to create a finished surface while cutting through thick, heavy stock like a knife going through hot butter, this is the blade for you. Normal bandsaw blades use a hooked tooth design, with a set on each tooth that creates a larger kerf and leaves a rough cut. The Resaw King looks more like a table saw blade with its C8 carbide tipped teeth that are individually brazed and ground to perfection on a stress crack resistant Swedish silicon steel backing. Combine these one-of-a-kind features with the 3/4" width and the vibration/harmonic reducing 2-3 TPI variable pitch tooth design and the result is a massive blade will easily slice ultra-smooth, wafer thin veneers with minimal waste. All blades feature a .024" backing, 2-3 TPI with variable 12mm/14mm/16mm pitch to produce a .041" kerf.
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4.2

(based on 5 reviews)

80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Great blade (4)
  • Good design (2)

Cons

Best Uses

  • In the workshop (4)
  • Reviewer Profile:
  • Avid do-it-yourselfer (4)

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1.0

Poor blade design.

By  HopkinsGuitars

from Houston

About Me Professional

Pros

Cons

  • Belly Cuts In Hardwood
  • Poor Design
  • Ruined Expensive Board

Best Uses

Comments about Laguna Resaw King Bandsaw Blade 105" x .75" x Variable TPI :

I Bought one of these to resaw a very expensive piece of 8" wide ebony. The blade cut pretty nice, but when I got about halfway throught he boad the blade cut therough the side of the board. The blade was defective and caused a serious belly cut which ruined a $275 special board that was to be the back and sides of an acoustic guitar. Laguna said there was a bad batch of blades and they would gladly replace the blade, but would do nothing about reimbursing me for the wood their blade ruined. I did a test cut on a piece of cedar before cutting the ebony, but the problem didn't present itself on the softer wood. I will never use a Laguna product again. The cheap Timberwolf blades I usually use cut great, a blade costing six times as much shouldn't have been so dissapointing.

 
5.0

Excellent blade

By  Mountain Goat

from Middleburgh, NY

About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Great Blade
  • Powerful

Cons

Best Uses

  • In The Workshop

Comments about Laguna Resaw King Bandsaw Blade 105" x .75" x Variable TPI :

I put this blade on a 14" Powermatic band saw which is a good saw but tends to drift when resawing thick hardwood with a 1/2" steel blade. With other blades, the saw would have to be tuned exactly in order to cut straight. With the 3/4" carbide Laguna blade, it cuts as straight as a table saw. I have ALREADY recommended this blade to a friend. So far (5 months), no sign that the blade strains the motor.

 
5.0

great blade

By  toots

from union grove, wi.

About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

Pros

  • Great Blade

Cons

Best Uses

  • In The Workshop

Comments about Laguna Resaw King Bandsaw Blade 105" x .75" x Variable TPI :

for resawing very smooth cut and very smooth running

 
5.0

This blade is amazing

By  JF

from New Jersey

About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

Pros

  • Good Design
  • Great Blade

Cons

Best Uses

  • In The Workshop

Comments about Laguna Resaw King Bandsaw Blade 105" x .75" x Variable TPI :

This blade rips through wood that barely fit through my 17" band saw. It cut like "Butta"

 
5.0

resawing

By  JHM

from Hamilton, Montana

About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

Pros

  • Fast Cutting Speed
  • Good Design
  • Great Blade

Cons

Best Uses

  • In The Workshop

Comments about Laguna Resaw King Bandsaw Blade 105" x .75" x Variable TPI :

very little waste on resawing expensive exotic hardwoods

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