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A bandsaw blade has to be matched to the job in hand and to a lesser extent to the size of the bandsaw. You would not try to rip a 2" board with a tenon saw nor crosscut plywood with a greenwood saw. You would select the right blade for the job and the same is true for a bandsaw. Just because the machine is powered does not mean that one blade will cut everything it wont. So we need a selection of blades dependent on what we are doing. Fortunately despite there being a vast array of blades to choose from we can do 99% of our normal work with just two or three different blades. Blade width Given that the challenge with a bandsaw is to get it to cut straight it is easy to think that the wider the blade the better and to a certain extent this is true. You are likely to get better results with a ½" or ¾" blade than a ¼" one. But the temptation is to go as wide as the wheels will take. Which is an inch or more.
This is why such a tool is essential for any woodwork project. However the market is awash with such tools that finding the right one to buy could be quite tricky. Nowadays a power tool can come in different shapes and sizes and offer different functions and results Buying Tips If you plan to buy one a good advice to remember when buying a bandsaw cutting power tool is to go for quality over price because you would be using them over and over again. This will allow you to save more in the long run since you would not need to spend much on maintenance. There are also bandsaw cutting devices appropriate to ones workplace and project so considering these factors are also important. More importantly however is to do your homework on bandsaw cutting tools which are widely indexed over the web.
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If you want to resaw a piece of material you need an aggressive blade. The wider a blade width is the more stability you will get and the more straight the cut will be. A more narrow blade will give a tighter cut that is perfect for a more detailed project. As a rule of thumb use the widest blade your project can handle. This adds safety to your project. As is obvious safety should always be your first concern. While you want a good and proper job to be done you also need to make sure you use the proper bandsaw blade. Only with the proper bandsaw blade can you be assured of your safety but also the more proper a bandsaw blade is for the task at hand the better the cut. Despite the relative simplicity of changing the blades on our miter and circ saws not all upkeep procedures for our woodworking equipment are created equally.