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Timber Wolf - Bandsaw Blade 105" x 3/8" x 3 TPI Alternate Set

$42.99

Timber Wolf Alternate Set (AS) Series - for green or exotic wood available in 3/8" and 1/2" x 3 tpi sizes . These small bandsaw blades are unique in their body thickness, set, and rake angle. These...

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Timber Wolf Alternate Set (AS) Series - for green or exotic wood available in 3/8" and 1/2" x 3 tpi sizes . These small bandsaw blades are unique in their body thickness, set, and rake angle. These bands are primarily used in furniture industry. They have been designed to cut both fast and accurately in very thick wood such as stacked lumber. Wood turners use these blades to cut turnings out of large burls. Their applications are endless.

Features & Specifications of the Alternate Set Series:
  • Blades are .032” thick, have an alternate set and a unique rake angle of 8.5 degrees.
  • Alternate Series blades utilize the unique geometry of our PC gullet.
  • Their performance is excellent if the thickness of your material exceeds 6” to 8”.
  • Dimensions - 105" x 3/8" x 3 TPI Alternate Set
These blades are not meant to be used on any 3-wheel saw or any saws with less than a 90" blade length or wheel diameter less than 14".

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Reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    short lived

    I used this blade for less than one year for cutting bowl blanks in green wood. I separated at the weld. It should have lasted longer.

  2. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Good Blade...but..

    Used on a Jet 14" Deluxe Pro Bandsaw for turning blanks and milling slabs. Best blade I have used for making 12" thick cuts, however, it broke at the weld with alot of life still left in it. And, no, it was not overtensioned, getting hot, out of adjustment or too fast of a feed rate. Just a poor weld. I expect better quality for the price. I will try to silver braze it and get more use out of it.

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