Band Saw Blades

  • June 12, 2014
    by Rockler

    Whether you call it a miter saw, cutoff saw or chop saw, this type of machine is built to cut wood to finished length, an operation that involves cutting across the grain. So you know you'll want a crosscut blade, whose high tooth count and knife-like alternating-top-bevel tooth shape can yield an almost polished-looking surface. You'll also probably want a thin-kerf blade to reduce the burden on the saw's motor and to get the greatest possible yield from your stock.
  • September 5, 2006
    by Rockler

    It can be hard to use a band saw with a band saw fence but not with these helpful tips from our resident professional woodworkers.
Page 1 of 1

What People are Saying:

I have been using Rockler for years, your products are always the best that can be purchased and your prices are very reasonable. Ann you have always done your best to make me feel as though I was your very best customer. Thank you for great service."

- Daniel F.

What People are Saying:

I have been using Rockler for years, your products are always the best that can be purchased and your prices are very reasonable. Ann you have always done your best to make me feel as though I was your very best customer. Thank you for great service."

- Daniel F.
Feedback X