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Timber Wolf™ Bandsaw Blades from PS Wood are the most reliable high-performance bandsaw blades you'll ever use! 

Made from high silicon, low carbon steel, Timber Wolf™ bandsaw blades run cooler and last longer.

  • Milled teeth make them ideal for re-sawing thick stock because these blades are true tracking and DO NOT WANDER.
  • Run under low tension, and thus require less horsepower from your band saw.
  • These band saw blades produce a thin kerf and can make remarkably tight turns.
  • Welds are re-tempered for superior strength at the weld.
  • The weld on these blades is warranted.

With re-tempered welds designed for superior strength, Timber Wolf blades are among the most rugged and durable on the market. These bandsaw blades are specifically designed to operate under low tension, requiring less horsepower from the bandsaw and increasing the longevity of both the bandsaw and the blades. Timber Wolf blades' milled teeth make these blades ideal for sawing thick stock, and the blades are guaranteed not to wander. 

Please order carefully! You will be responsible for shipping charges on exchanges due to incorrect ordering.

Choose by Width and TPI (Teeth per Inch) - Refer to Usage Chart under Instructions Tab for Series Information. Unless noted, all blades are 0.025 thickness.

Please allow approx. one week for this on-demand size.


In stock lengths available: 80", 82", 93.5", 99.75" 105", 111", 115" 133", 137", & 142".    

Custom sizes are available.  Please call us for pricing.



 

80" Timberwolf™ Bandsaw Blades

59.5" Timber Wolf™ Bandsaw Blades

$30.00

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • I own a crafting business. I own a 10 inch bandsaw. What blade should I use for cutting curves & tight corners out of 1 inch pine ?

    1/8"x 14tpi up to 7/32 raduis or 3/16" x10tpi if there 5/8 raduis or more.

    chart below will be of use

    https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0804/2313/files/BandsawInfoSheet.pdf?v=1705958439

  • I’m going to buy a 59-1/2 “ bandsaw blade. I’ll be resawing a lot of 4” lumber. Which is the best blade 3 tpi or 6 tpi?

    3 TPI would work best.

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Mike R.
Three eighth inch blade only

Time to ship from purchase date was excellent, 59.5" blade is being used on a Delta SM400, and is slightly thicker than suggested (0.025 v/s 0.014) for the saw , but is what I wanted, and works well for what I need to do. The 6 tpi cuts clean and quickly, so I expect the teeth set to maintain well.

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Frank W.
Bandsaw blade

Great. Cut through 4 inch oak like butter. Scary blade, keep hand out of way.😁

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Anonymous
Superior blade

I noticed the blade was of thicker material than the one I’d used before. This made a significant improvement in the cut quality when resawing. Highly recommended

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Teresa B.
Excellent place

Awesome! Highly recommended by me

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Anonymous
Very satisfied customer

Worked very well, they stay sharp longer then other brands I have used. It is hard to fine blades for the small bandsaws that last as long these.


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