3/8" Wide Timber Wolf Band Saw Blades

3/8" Wide Timber Wolf Band Saw Blades

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3/8" Wide Timber Wolf Band Saw Blades

Why Timber Wolf® Band Saw Blades are the finest blade available
Timber Wolf® band saw blades manufactured by Suffolk Machinery Corp, has through the use of premium Swedish steels, proprietary induction hardening methods and exclusive tooth milling processes created some of the finest woodworking band saw blades in the world. Milling the teeth of the blade into a piece of strip steel produces a finished, razor sharp edge without ever having to stamp or grind the teeth. Induction hardening allows for different but more precise hardness throughout the blade. These unique manufacturing techniques along with the use of Swedish Silicon steel set these blades apart from all other carbon based blades. Each blade represents a perfect balance of superior steel, blade width and thickness plus precision set teeth produce a superior cutting blade with exceptional overall life. If a blade has "Bi-Metal" at the end of the description it is designed for the most difficult wood cutting applications. The hardness of the teeth is twice that of a standard blade.

Other widths, tooth styles, and sizes are available.  Call 801-592-7835 if you do not see your item listed. Expect 10-14 day delivery on any special orders.

Silicon Steel Tooth Styles
Tooth style is very important when selecting a band saw blade.  Below is an explanation of the various tooth styles:

PC (Positive Claw)
The PC design has sixty percent of the feed speed capabilities of a hook tooth, while at the same time giving you the great finish of a skip tooth. The depth and roundness of the gullet increases sawdust removal and cutting speed while the milled teeth help to reduce consumption of horsepower. Couple all this with our unique 6.5 degree rake angle and special 5 tooth set pattern and you have an awesome cutting blade that glides through the wood and produces an excellent finish and gives you great overall life. These blades are available in widths of 3/16 inches through 1 inch wide and the following teeth per inch...2, 3, 4 and 6. These blades are mainly used in kiln dry wood.

VPC (Variable Positive Claw)
This blade is only available in 3/4 inch x 2/3 variable pitch. It designed for straight-line resawing in small to large boards, kiln and air dry, up to 12 inches wide. The variable pitch tooth design reduces resonance throughout the blade by using different size teeth, which produces a very clean finish almost polishing the wood as it cuts. It is only .025 thick with an overall kerf of .048 and incorporates the unique geometry of our PC tooth design.

AS (Alternate Set)
These blades are only available in 3/8 inch x 3tpi, 1/2 inch x 3tpi and 1/2 inch x 2tpi. These blades are unique in their body thickness, set, and rake angle. They are .032 thick, have a full alternate set, a unique rake angle of 8.5 degree and also incorporate the unique geometry of our PC tooth design. These blades are primarily used by wood-turners and wood-carvers when roughing out blanks from burls and logs. Their performance is excellent if the thickness of your material exceeds 6 to 8 inches These blades are not meant to be used on three wheel band saws or any saw with less than a 90" blade length or a wheel diameter of less than 14 inches.

TPC (Thin Positive Claw)
This blade which was previously known as the AS-S is only available in 3/4 inch x 3tpi. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that it is only .025 thick with a unique set pattern. This blade also utilizes the unique geometry of our PC tooth. The total overall kerf is .048. This blade is specifically designed for straight-line veneer cutting. When you are resawing very expensive woods that are thick and you want as thin a kerf as possible, a super finish, and you are not concerned with speed, this is the blade for you.

RK (Raker) & HP (High Performance)
These blades have a very thin kerf and 0 degree rake angle and are specifically designed for detail work in 1 inch and smaller kiln dry wood when a very clean finish is required. They are also very effective in plywood, particleboard and other similar products where tear-out is a concern. These blades can also be used to cut soft metals. RK blades available in widths from 3/16 of an inch through 1 inch with 8, 10, 14 and 18 teeth per inch. HP blade available in 1/8 inch x 14 teeth per inch only.

Understanding the part number

  A typical part number will look like this:  TW1203PC09350
  Digits 1-2:    Timber Wolf
  Digits 3-4:    Blade Width (1/2 Inch) (3/16 inch blades would be 3 instead of 2 digits)
  Digits 5-6:    Teeth per Inch (3) 
  Digits 7-8:    Tooth Style as shown above (VPC would be 3 instead of 2 digits)
  Digits 9-13:  Blade Length (93-1/2 Inches)

Choosing the right blade for your application
Based on the part number above excluding the blade length, here is a general guideline on the best application for each blade type:

TW1814HP - Scrolling, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 1/8” – 2” Softwood 1/8” – 1 1/4”, Plywood, MDF & other Composites: 1/4” – 1”, Soft Metal & Plastic: 1/4" - 1/2″  

TW31610RK - Scrolling or Curve, Template and Pattern Cutting, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 1/4” – 2 1/2” Softwood 1/4” – 1 1/2”, Plywood, MDF & other Composites: 1/4” – 2”, Soft Metal & Plastic: 1/4" - 1/2″

TW1404PC - Roughing, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 2 1/2" - 6", Softwood 1 1/2" - 4"

TW1406PC - Curve, Template, Pattern Cutting, Ripping and Crosscutting, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 3/4" - 2 1/2”, Softwood 1/2” – 1 1/2”

TW1410RK - Curve, Template and Pattern Cutting, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 1/4” – 3/4”, Softwood 1/4” – 1/2”, Plywood, MDF & other Composites: 1/4” – 1”, Soft Metal & Plastic: 1/4" - 1/2″

TW3803AS - Roughing or Milling, Green and Dry Logs: Hardwood 3" - 12", Softwood 3" - 12”

TW3804PC - Ripping and Crosscutting, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 2 1/2” - 6", Softwood 1 1/2” – 4”

TW3806PC - Curve, Template, Pattern Cutting, Ripping and Crosscutting, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 3/4" - 2 1/2”, Softwood 1/2” – 1 1/2”

TW1203PC - Resawing or Roughing, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 3" - 10" Softwood 3" - 8”

TW1203AS - Roughing or Milling, Green and Dry Logs: Hardwood 3" - 12", Softwood 3" - 12”

TW1204PC - Ripping and Crosscutting, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 2 1/2” - 6", Softwood 1 1/2” – 4”

TW1206PC - Curve, Template, Pattern Cutting, Ripping and Crosscutting, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 3/4" - 2 1/2”, Softwood 1/2” – 1 1/2”

TW3423VPC - Resawing, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 3" - 12" Softwood 3" - 10”

TW3403AS - Resawing, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 3" - 10" Softwood 3" - 8”

Discounts
We also offer discounts on quantities over 10. Different tooth styles can be combined for these discounts. 

Timber Wolf® is a registered trademark

 


Legend (in inches unless otherwise noted):
  • W = Width
  • L = Length
  • TPI = Teeth per Inch
  • T = Thickness
  • TS = Tooth Style (Click on "Techninal Info" below for details on tooth style)

3/8" Wide Timber Wolf Band Saw Blades

Why Timber Wolf® Band Saw Blades are the finest blade available
Timber Wolf® band saw blades manufactured by Suffolk Machinery Corp, has through the use of premium Swedish steels, proprietary induction hardening methods and exclusive tooth milling processes created some of the finest woodworking band saw blades in the world. Milling the teeth of the blade into a piece of strip steel produces a finished, razor sharp edge without ever having to stamp or grind the teeth. Induction hardening allows for different but more precise hardness throughout the blade. These unique manufacturing techniques along with the use of Swedish Silicon steel set these blades apart from all other carbon based blades. Each blade represents a perfect balance of superior steel, blade width and thickness plus precision set teeth produce a superior cutting blade with exceptional overall life. If a blade has "Bi-Metal" at the end of the description it is designed for the most difficult wood cutting applications. The hardness of the teeth is twice that of a standard blade.

Other widths, tooth styles, and sizes are available.  Call 801-592-7835 if you do not see your item listed. Expect 10-14 day delivery on any special orders.

Silicon Steel Tooth Styles
Tooth style is very important when selecting a band saw blade.  Below is an explanation of the various tooth styles:

PC (Positive Claw)
The PC design has sixty percent of the feed speed capabilities of a hook tooth, while at the same time giving you the great finish of a skip tooth. The depth and roundness of the gullet increases sawdust removal and cutting speed while the milled teeth help to reduce consumption of horsepower. Couple all this with our unique 6.5 degree rake angle and special 5 tooth set pattern and you have an awesome cutting blade that glides through the wood and produces an excellent finish and gives you great overall life. These blades are available in widths of 3/16 inches through 1 inch wide and the following teeth per inch...2, 3, 4 and 6. These blades are mainly used in kiln dry wood.

VPC (Variable Positive Claw)
This blade is only available in 3/4 inch x 2/3 variable pitch. It designed for straight-line resawing in small to large boards, kiln and air dry, up to 12 inches wide. The variable pitch tooth design reduces resonance throughout the blade by using different size teeth, which produces a very clean finish almost polishing the wood as it cuts. It is only .025 thick with an overall kerf of .048 and incorporates the unique geometry of our PC tooth design.

AS (Alternate Set)
These blades are only available in 3/8 inch x 3tpi, 1/2 inch x 3tpi and 1/2 inch x 2tpi. These blades are unique in their body thickness, set, and rake angle. They are .032 thick, have a full alternate set, a unique rake angle of 8.5 degree and also incorporate the unique geometry of our PC tooth design. These blades are primarily used by wood-turners and wood-carvers when roughing out blanks from burls and logs. Their performance is excellent if the thickness of your material exceeds 6 to 8 inches These blades are not meant to be used on three wheel band saws or any saw with less than a 90" blade length or a wheel diameter of less than 14 inches.

TPC (Thin Positive Claw)
This blade which was previously known as the AS-S is only available in 3/4 inch x 3tpi. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that it is only .025 thick with a unique set pattern. This blade also utilizes the unique geometry of our PC tooth. The total overall kerf is .048. This blade is specifically designed for straight-line veneer cutting. When you are resawing very expensive woods that are thick and you want as thin a kerf as possible, a super finish, and you are not concerned with speed, this is the blade for you.

RK (Raker) & HP (High Performance)
These blades have a very thin kerf and 0 degree rake angle and are specifically designed for detail work in 1 inch and smaller kiln dry wood when a very clean finish is required. They are also very effective in plywood, particleboard and other similar products where tear-out is a concern. These blades can also be used to cut soft metals. RK blades available in widths from 3/16 of an inch through 1 inch with 8, 10, 14 and 18 teeth per inch. HP blade available in 1/8 inch x 14 teeth per inch only.

Understanding the part number

  A typical part number will look like this:  TW1203PC09350
  Digits 1-2:    Timber Wolf
  Digits 3-4:    Blade Width (1/2 Inch) (3/16 inch blades would be 3 instead of 2 digits)
  Digits 5-6:    Teeth per Inch (3) 
  Digits 7-8:    Tooth Style as shown above (VPC would be 3 instead of 2 digits)
  Digits 9-13:  Blade Length (93-1/2 Inches)

Choosing the right blade for your application
Based on the part number above excluding the blade length, here is a general guideline on the best application for each blade type:

TW1814HP - Scrolling, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 1/8” – 2” Softwood 1/8” – 1 1/4”, Plywood, MDF & other Composites: 1/4” – 1”, Soft Metal & Plastic: 1/4" - 1/2″  

TW31610RK - Scrolling or Curve, Template and Pattern Cutting, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 1/4” – 2 1/2” Softwood 1/4” – 1 1/2”, Plywood, MDF & other Composites: 1/4” – 2”, Soft Metal & Plastic: 1/4" - 1/2″

TW1404PC - Roughing, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 2 1/2" - 6", Softwood 1 1/2" - 4"

TW1406PC - Curve, Template, Pattern Cutting, Ripping and Crosscutting, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 3/4" - 2 1/2”, Softwood 1/2” – 1 1/2”

TW1410RK - Curve, Template and Pattern Cutting, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 1/4” – 3/4”, Softwood 1/4” – 1/2”, Plywood, MDF & other Composites: 1/4” – 1”, Soft Metal & Plastic: 1/4" - 1/2″

TW3803AS - Roughing or Milling, Green and Dry Logs: Hardwood 3" - 12", Softwood 3" - 12”

TW3804PC - Ripping and Crosscutting, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 2 1/2” - 6", Softwood 1 1/2” – 4”

TW3806PC - Curve, Template, Pattern Cutting, Ripping and Crosscutting, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 3/4" - 2 1/2”, Softwood 1/2” – 1 1/2”

TW1203PC - Resawing or Roughing, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 3" - 10" Softwood 3" - 8”

TW1203AS - Roughing or Milling, Green and Dry Logs: Hardwood 3" - 12", Softwood 3" - 12”

TW1204PC - Ripping and Crosscutting, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 2 1/2” - 6", Softwood 1 1/2” – 4”

TW1206PC - Curve, Template, Pattern Cutting, Ripping and Crosscutting, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 3/4" - 2 1/2”, Softwood 1/2” – 1 1/2”

TW3423VPC - Resawing, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 3" - 12" Softwood 3" - 10”

TW3403AS - Resawing, Kiln Dry Wood: Hardwood 3" - 10" Softwood 3" - 8”

Discounts
We also offer discounts on quantities over 10. Different tooth styles can be combined for these discounts. 

Timber Wolf® is a registered trademark

 


Legend (in inches unless otherwise noted):
  • W = Width
  • L = Length
  • TPI = Teeth per Inch
  • T = Thickness
  • TS = Tooth Style (Click on "Techninal Info" below for details on tooth style)

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