Little Ripper Bandsaw Blade - Canadian Woodworking Magazine

Shop News: When re-sawing or cutting straight we recommend our 5/8» x .025» x 3 or 4 TPI high tungsten impregnated silicon hardedge hardback blade. 

Little Ripper Bandsaw Blade

Little Ripper Bandsaw Blade



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When re-sawing or cutting straight we recommend our 5/8» x .025» x 3 or 4 TPI high tungsten impregnated silicon hardedge hardback blade. It will make cuts faster and cleaner than a normal bandsaw blade. The extra hard tooth stays sharp longer and cuts straighter. It performs like a wider blade, but uses less HP to run, as it has a thinner body than a standard re-saw blade and cuts extremely smooth. For optimum performance blade speed under 3100 LFPM a 4 TPI is recommended, and over 3100 LFPM should be 3 TPI. Visit TuffTooth.com for more information.

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