73 inch bandsaw blades (1865mm) (Pack of 2)

73 inch bandsaw blades (1865mm) (Pack of 2)

150 inch bandsaw blades (3820mm) (Pack of 2)

150 inch bandsaw blades (3820mm) (Pack of 2)

133 1/4 inch bandsaw blades (3385mm) (Pack of 2)


Record Power BS400, Axminster JBS180 JET JWBS18,18"Craftsman. The blades shown on this page are 133 1/4 inch band saw blades (3385mm) in length. These are offered for sale in packs of two.

Require a different, custom length? We're able to custom make a band-saw blade to your requirements at no extra cost, please click here.

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Availability: In stock

Inca - our team have got a heritage for producing top quality merchandize - all these bandsaw blades are not any exception to this rule. They're designed to last, we have now examined a lot of band saw blades and our blades last 5 fold more when compared with a lot of our competition. That's five less times where you may have to pop by to your local sharpener and pay to get your own blade sharp.

How can Inca have accomplished such a feet? This starts out by simply using exceptional materials, we all exclusively work with the top EU steel (British together with Swedish) and make our own blades in France with our experienced labour force. Not surprisingly, having about half a century within the wood-working business, we all are aware exactly how very important a fine blade is. Why pay for the very best bandsaw and subsequently buy a substandard blade? We have noticed this develop; you obtain the top bandsaw within the marketplace and after that obtain a sub-par blade and usually the saw will be faulted! You want your current machine to get the job done, well, without problems and continually.

Inca exclusively sells blades specially designed to cut wood, if you're seeking for steel cutting blades the fact is that this is not the place for you. The blade is attainable in 3 TPI, 4TPI, 6TPI and 14TPI. If the following isn't the length you're searching for in that case simply check out our made to order blade section, where we'll produce your blade to your personal specifications at entirely no additional expense!

It is essential to pick the best blade for yourself, selecting the right width, thickness and teeth for your band saw can make a signficant difference. Firstly, consider what you are likely to use the blade for. There is 'one blade fits all' method.

> Blade Thickness:
Whenever it comes to blade thickness, in the event that you're just re-sawing or cut-off sawing we would definitely highly recommend that you just select the maximum thickness feasible, so you can get a very good feed level and a fine straight cut without breaking your current blade. Thick blades can effortlessly take straight cuts although have considerably more challenges whenever twisting or bending.

That is just where a finer blade is helpful -- You will need to use a thinner blade when you happen to be radius cutting. It is vital to get the perfect balance, between thick and thin, woodworkersdo tend to use the thicker blades as they are cutting a heavy piece of wood, which will at times be the wrong approach. Failure to pick the suitable blade can end up in the blade heating and cooling in the end deteriorating the blade and causing failure.

Bandsaw teeth per inch:
Once again, deciding upon the suitable teeth per inch is crucial and very much related to the task at hand. Would you like to be able to slice through the wood quickly -- in that case minimal TPI (Minimum 3TPI) will provide a rough finish yet allow you will let enable you permit you to cut rapidly. In contrast, if it is vital that you slice the wood which has a smooth finish, a higher TPI with a slower cut is going to do the work!

The aforementioned listed blades will be 120'' or 3050mm. Double check your operators manual which comes with your band saw to make certain you've picked out the right length. In the event that a [X] inch blade is too long or compact you are going to either be unable to effectively stress the blade or even the blade will not fit the band saw.

Blade Upkeep
Finally, remember to maintain your inca blade when working with it! You're likely to get more from your blade making sure that you're de-tensioning the blade after you've used it. Your blade will heat up when cutting, this leads to the blade expanding and contracting which will bring about metal failure very much sooner than expected.

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