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1.5" - 2" Oregon Cobalt Alloy Tipped.  Thin Kerf Band Saw.

This blade is prepared with high quality wood band sawing backer material.  The tips on this blade have tremendous wear resistance allowing them to keep a sharp edge longer, and because of their composition they are resistant to the acids found in Cedar.  We are able to sharpen this blade approximately 10 times.  These blades are sharpened with high precision grinding equipment to give you a very smooth finish on your lumber.  This saw offers a smoother, faster and quieter cut, with far less sawdust left on your boards than a spring set saw.

The 1.5 " Saw is available in two kerf sizes:  1.5mm(0.060") and 1.9mm(0.074")

The 2" Saw is available in one kerf size:  1.9mm(0.074")

Key Benefits

bulletThin Kerf.  (Reduces fibre loss in wasted sawdust.  Get more lumber out of your logs.)
bulletVery smooth finish and less sawdust on finished boards.
bulletStays sharp longer.  Means fewer saw changes per day and straighter lumber.


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Last modified: Sunday April 18, 2010