Record Power RSBS10, BS250, Clarke CBS335 & Nutool HBS14,Axminster AWSB2, SIP 01484,Craftsman 921400,Rikon 10-305,MULTICO BS614,MECAFER BS614,KNUTH BS614.The blades shown on this page are 70 1/4 inch bandsaw blades (1785mm) in length. These are offered for sale in packs of two.
Manufactured in France using European steel from Sweden/UK.
Reasons to choose Inca here.
Inca Woodworking machines - our team enjoy a name with regard to creating top notch machinery -- all of these bandsaw blades will be no exception. They will be produced to last a long time, we have tested a lot of band saw blades and these blades survive five times more as compared with all of our challengers. That is certainly 5 fewer instances in which you'll be required to travel to your local sharpener and then pay out to get your saw blade sharp.
Exactly how do we accomplish this feet? It all starts off by choosing top quality materials, we all solely work with the best EU steel (British in addition to Swedish) and create our own blades in France through our professional staff. Naturally, with about seventy five years in the wood-working industry, all of us understand exactly how very important a fine blade is. So why invest in the finest bandsaw and subsequently obtain a sloppy blade? All of us have witnessed it happen- you acquire the best bandsaw within the marketplace and later acquire a lousy blade and more often than not the saw will get the blame! You need your current band saw to do the job, effectively, effortlessly and regularly.
We simply sells blades created to slice wood, in the event that you're seeking for metal cutting blades the fact is that Inca Machines isn't the company meant for you. The blade is attainable in 3 TPI, 4TPI, 6TPI and 14TPI. If the following isn't the size you're shopping for in that case merely check out each of our custom blade section, where we will make your blade to your own requirements with completely no additional cost to you!
It is important to choose the right blade available for you, selecting the proper width, thickness and teeth for your band saw can make a world of difference. First of all, take into account what you are going to use the blade to get. There is absolutely no 'one blade fits all' method.
> Blade Thickness:
When it comes to blade thickness, if you are only re-sawing or cut-off sawing we would likely recommend that you just opt for the highest thickness available, so you can get a very good feed level and a very good straight cut with out breaking your own blade. Thick blades may effortlessly take straight cuts although have much more troubles when twisting or bending.
That is certainly where a good thinner blade is helpful -- You would need to work with a thinner blade whenever you are radius cutting. It is vital to get the ideal balance, in between thick and thin, woodworkersdo tend to go for the thicker blades as they're cutting a solid piece of wood, which usually at times is the inappropriate approach. Failure to decide on the ideal blade can end up in the blade heating and cooling ultimately weakening the blade and causing failure.
Bandsaw teeth per inch:
Once more, choosing the proper teeth per inch is vital and very much linked to the job . Do you want to be able to slice through the wood swiftly - in which case the lowest TPI (Minimum 3TPI) can offer a rough finish an allow you to let you permit you to cut quickly. On the other hand, in case it is important to slice the wood that has a smooth finish, a greater TPI with a slower cut can do the task!
These blades will be 70 1/2'' (inches - imperial system) in length or 1790 length in mm (metric). Double check your handbook came with your band saw to ensure you have chosen the right length. In the event that a 70-1/2 inch blade is overly big or small you are going to either not be able to sufficiently stress the blade or perhaps the blade will not fit the band saw.
Inca Band Saw blade Care
Finally, remember to maintain your inca blade when working with it! You will get more use from your blade by ensuring that you have been de-tensioning the blade after you've used it. Your blade will get hot whilst cutting, this leads to the blade expanding and subsequently contracting which can bring about metal failure much earlier than expected.