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Model PSW1113423

Timber Wolf - Bandsaw Blade 111" x 3/4" x 2/3 TPI Variable Positive Claw

$50.99

The VPC (Variable Positive Claw) is designed for straight-line resawing in small to large boards, kiln and air dry, up to 12” wide. The variable pitch, positive claw, tooth design reduces resonance...

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The VPC (Variable Positive Claw) is designed for straight-line resawing in small to large boards, kiln and air dry, up to 12” wide. The variable pitch, positive claw, tooth design reduces resonance throughout the blade by using different size teeth, which produces a very clean finish almost polishing the wood as it cuts. Now available in 3/4” and 1” widths and 2/3 and 3 tpi (teeth per inch) options.

The blade is .025” thick with an overall kerf of .049” and incorporates the unique geometry of our PC (Postive Claw) design. The PC design has 60% of the feed speed capabilities of a hook tooth, while at the same time giving you the great finish of a skip tooth. The depth and roundness of the gullet increases sawdust removal and cutting speed while the milled teeth help to reduce consumption of horsepower.
  • VPC Series Blade Dimensions - 111" x 3/4" x 2/3 tpi x .025”
  • Silicon steel ensures blade durability and fast, accurate cutting


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3.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Decent blade, bit pricey.

    Blade saws straight. I used it on wet oak 4"x6"x48" timbers. Resawed some to 1"x6"s and most to 1"x4" when the blade got duller. After about 100 bf the blade is off tracking because one set is sharper than the other so had to switch to a 5/8 to finish. I will take it in and see if it can sharpened. If you use it for small projects I think it would be fine. One thing for sure is the blade will eat!! Not sure I would buy it again due to the price and I only got marginally better performance than a less expensive blade that I could have bought two of for the same money. These blades also require less tension so the can be a bit of challenge to get set up. I have a gauge on my saw and found the setting for a 5/8" blade to work well on the 3/4" one.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    straight resawing

    smoothest cut I had so far resawing still playing with the tenson adjustments for the blade

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