Bandsaw Blades from Woodcraft Bands

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Matt Furjanic

Matt
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I just received some more bandsaw blades from Woodcraft Bands. He is a small NC based company and his blades are outstanding. He ships quick, and best of all you cannot beat his prices. I highly recommend him. He also sells scrollsaw, hacksaw and holesaw blades. His phone # is 828-297-6081. And he has a website: www.woodcraftbands.com
 

Tarhead

Mark
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Glad to see another happy customer! I've been singing his praise since Woodguy turned me on to him 5 years ago. You should meet John in person if you haven't already. Plan to stay for a while when you do. He's a walking/talking Bandsaw blade encyclopedia. I would be cool to get him and John Itturra in a room at the same time.
 

boxxmaker

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Ken
OK fellers,I'm gonna check this guy out when I get back up there in April.The last two companys I bought from totaly stunk.I'll see what he has to offer.
 

Kyle

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Kyle Edwards
I have been buying from him for a while. He sells excellent Starrett blades and also the same woodslicer blade that Highland hardwoods carries.

I also buy the Lennox woodmaster-c for the mill from him.

Munksforsagger are sharper blades out of the box, but they don't last as long as the Lennox.
 

sawduster

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Robert
Mark, Robert, Matt
are you using the standard blade he offers ? It is time for a new blade(s) and I'm gonna give him a try :icon_thum
any other input guys ?
 

Tarhead

Mark
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Robert I'm using the Carbon Steel (Starrett I think???) 3/16" 10 tooth regular on the 10" bandsaw for scroll cuts too big for my Hawk. If he could get Bimetal that small I would get it. I used the Bimetal 1/4" on my 14" saw and loved them before I got the 18" saw w/Carbide blades. They lasted a long time and went through Persimmon like nobody's business. Sharper than the Carbide.
Call him and tell him what you want to do and he will match up a tooth configuration. Knows his stuff about blades. Just don't go too wide for your saw. I always try to stay one size under manufacturer's max as my max (unless I find a really, really great deal on 1.25" Carbide blades).
 
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