Carbide Tipped Band Saw Blades

Lenox WOODMASTER CT Band Saw Blades / Resaw Band Saw Blades

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Lenox WOODMASTER CT Band Saw Blades / Resaw Band Saw Blades

Carbide Tipped Band Saw Blade for Optimum Performance, Designed for Saw Mills and Resaw Applications.


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$60.26

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1-4$60.26 per blade
5-9$56.92 per blade
10-14$53.57 per blade
15+$50.22 per blade

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Fraction   Decimal
1/8" = .125"
1/4" = .250"
3/8" = .375"
1/2" = .500"
5/8" = .625"
3/4" = .750"
7/8" = .875"
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WOODMASTER CT Carbide Tipped Band saw Blades / Resaw Bandsaw Blades - Jason Review by Jason
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Awesome blade definitely worth the premium (Posted on 2/21/2016)
Fantastic Blade Review by Charlie
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This is a fantastic blade. I just ordered my 2nd one after using the 1st one for over 4 years. The only reason it failed was a couple of years ago I got careless and didn't hold the piece tightly against the table. The blade caught it and slammed it down putting a minor kink in the blade. I decided to keep using it and got two more years out of it before it finally broke. I'm sure that without accidents this blade will get through 5-6+ years of my most demanding re-sawing. (Posted on 6/9/2015)
Fanstastic Blade Review by Jim
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I am a hobbyist and not accustomed to spending this much on a blade so I stacked up a pile of guitar sets equal to what I felt I would need to cut in order to break even on the blade. Those sets included bubinga and other difficult to cut exotics. The blade passed through those boards without a whimper and have recently cut almost eight times that stack and the blade is still fine. When I am careful, one pass through the drum sander at 80 grit cleans up the kerf---when I am careless it is two passes. I have always been leery of that noisy old monster in the back of my shop (bandsaw) but now it is my best friend. A friend recently asked me to show him how to re-saw and I told him that all he really needed to know was where to buy this blade. (Posted on 6/25/2014)

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