Bandsaw Blades - Olson All Pro 105"

Bandsaw Blades - Olson All Pro 105"

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All Pro® Premium Band Saw Blades-- out of stock!

All Pro® Premium Band Saw Blades-- out of stock!
We apologize for this inconvenience! We expect to have these blades ready to ship in a week or so! Super Hard Edge, Tempered Back All Pro® Saw Blades are made from a special high alloy tool steel combined with pin-point carbides, molybdenum, silicon, and chrome to enhance performance and longevity. The most durable, controllable, tough and shock resistant blade for difficult cutting operations.
Features: Tooth Hardness: 64-66 Rc Back Hardness: 40-50 Rc Tooth Forms: Regular, Skip and Hook Raker Set: Left, Right, Straight Pattern Widths: 1/8", 3/16", 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8" 3/4"
Applications: For Hard/Soft Wood: Exotic hardwoods, plastic, mild steel and non-ferrous metals (with speed reduction) For all vertical/stationary two wheel band saws.

Teeth:

REGULAR TOOTH
Straight faced tooth with deep gullets to rake out chips. This style is used for general metal cutting and fine Wood cutting..
HOOK TOOTH
Widely spaced teeth and deep gullets with teeth that have a ten degree undercut face which helps to dig in and take a good cut while the gullets tend to curl the chips. This type is good for harder nonferrous alloys, harder woods and many plastic operations.
SKIP TOOTH
Very similar to the hook tooth but characterized by a straight 90 degree tooth and a sharp angle at the junction of the tooth and gullet. This type tends to break up the chips. This style is good for soft materials that have a tendency to gum and clog the blade and it is also popular in wood cutting.
RAKER SET
RAKER SET has one tooth set to the left, one tooth set to the right and one tooth is straight. This is used for most production cutting of thick, solid materiall sections on horizontal saws.
 

Selecting the right number of teeth

Generally choose a coarse tooth (less number of teeth per inch) for large sections (Re-Sawing) and soft materials. Choose a finer tooth (more teeth per inch) for small sections and harder materials.
 

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