Band saw blade 3/4" x 93-1/2", 3 TPI (teeth per inch). Durable, high-quality materials – silicon and low-carbide steel – used to make this blade. According to manufacturer, the blade is Ideal for re-sawing thick stock. Blade runs cooler and lasts longer, plus it's effective with low tension, therefore requiring less horsepower to operate. Thin kerf (slit created by cutting).
Overwhelmingly favorably reviewed by purchasers. Blade is expensive.
Matrix II High Speed steel edge for heat and wear resistance, with 8% cobalt content for added durability & wear. Also, tooth hardness rating is high for better wear. Alloy steel backer for fatigue resistance. Ideal for thick, medium, and thin gauge metal cutting. 30-day money back guarantee.
This product received overwhelming positive reviews from purchasers, a very few complaints about the blades breaking easily, and not being able to cut through stainless steel.
Blades made from premium grade steel, resist heat build-up for longer life. Manufacturer claims tooth geometry is optimized for best cutting performance. 3 sizes included in this package for various uses.
About 15-20% of purchasers thought the blades were too thin (too easily breakable) and/or not sharp enough.
64 1/2" by 1/2". Blade is made from premium grade steel to resist heat buildup, prolonging blade life. Optimized tooth geometry for best performance during cutting. Manufacturer states their saw blades are designed to fit most popular brand band saws, including 9" and 10" band saws.
Slightly over 15% of buyers were disappointed by the product, mainly because it didn't hold up to making cuts through metal. On the costlier end of price range.
70 1/2" x 1/2". Bi-metal band saw blade suitable for cutting thin pipe tube profiles, and perfect for soft metal, as reflected by tpi (teeth per inch). Accommodates all band saws utilizing given blade dimensions. Received overwhelmingly positive reviews from purchasers. Reasonably priced compared to similar products.
Not many complaints, but use on softer metals. Doesn't hold up well to stainless steel cutting, apparently.
A band saw is a classic tool for working precisely with a variety of materials, and the blade is the most important component. Different band saw machines will work with different blades, so make sure you know what range of blades are compatible before you buy. The number of teeth per inch (TPI) determines the cleanness of the cut and the ease of debris removal, with more TPI resulting in clean edges but more debris buildup. Different TPIs work better with different materials. The width of the blade determines the tightness of curves. Thinner blades are better for tighter curves but are more susceptible to breaking, especially with denser materials.
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