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Timber Wolf PSW111343
Item 835872

Bandsaw Blade 111" x 3/4" x 3 TPI Thin Positive Claw

$48.99

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Timber Wolf makes the world's only thin-kerf, low tension, silicon steel bandsaw blades that will outlast your old carbon steel blades by a mile! Your bandsaw will cut better and faster, with less...

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Timber Wolf makes the world's only thin-kerf, low tension, silicon steel bandsaw blades that will outlast your old carbon steel blades by a mile! Your bandsaw will cut better and faster, with less wear on bearings, shafts and tires. Tooth angles and gullet symmetries, combined with a unique set pattern, create a blade that is everything a wood-cutting blade was meant to be. Blade has over 60% of the speed capabilities of a hook blade while giving you the great finish of a skip. The round design of the gullet eliminates any work hardening zones. Couple that with the special 6.5° rake, 5-tooth set pattern, and .025" thick thin-kerf blade and you have an awesome bandsaw blade!

  • High silicon, low carbide steel
  • Ideal for resawing thick stock
  • Runs cooler and lasts longer
  • Runs under low tension which requires less horsepower
  • Thin kerf

Reviews

4.75 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Good Resaw Blade

    My blade came with slight misaligned weld, causing rougher cuts. After using stone to grind/straighten rear of weld, resawing is much smoother with less planing required. This blade holds its edge and has remained on my BS for nearly 3-years. Recommend to check for aligned weld when buying, but other than that, this is and has been a good blade.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Best Blade

    Custom cutting hard woods,this is one of the best blades I have ever used, last like any other I previously owned

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    excellent product

    replaced blade that came with new bandsaw what a difference[...]

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Timber Wolf Blades

    It is used mostly for re-sawing cedar for bat and bird houses.

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