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Laguna ShearForce 5/8'' Bandsaw Blade

Item #
45106
Rating:
70% of 100

Smooth resaw cuts with less waste and less noise is the standard for this Laguna Shear Force 5/8" Bandsaw Blade! The best blade in its class, it features a durable spring steel blade material and precision heat-treated teeth that allow the Shear Force to quickly produce smooth cuts in all types of woods. Variable spacing on the teeth reduces harmonic vibration resulting in a quiet cut. You'll also cut faster and smoother than standard bandsaw blades, and with less waste, thanks to the thin kerf.


Features
  • Best blade in its class
  • Made of durable spring steel blade material and precision heat-treated teeth making it ideal for cutting all types of woods
  • Variable spacing on the teeth reduces harmonic vibration
  • Thin kerf allows a faster, smoother cut with less waste
  • 3-4 variable pitch
(1) Laguna Shear Force 5/8" Bandsaw Blade
More Information
Brand Laguna
Manufacturer Part Number BBSF58-3-4-125
Weight 1.0000
Blade Length 125"
Blade Width 5/8"
Material Cutting Hardwood, Softwood
3.5 / 5.0
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Lets Resaw
I really like the 5/8" ShearForce blades for resawing. The alternating 3-4 teeth per inch help to reduce noise and vibration and with my Laguna 14" SUV bandsaw I get a good feed rate as well as a quality cut with minimum kerf marks. The blade marks can be removed with a random orbit sander. This would be my 4th blade and I have used them primarily for resawing 24" to 36" logs into boards; mostly black cherry and some apple and poplar.
June 6, 2019
Purchased
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Disappointed
I needed a 115" bandsaw blade to replace the damaged blade that found an old imbedded nail in the log I was slicing. So, I ran to the nearest location that has a 115" bandsaw blade (Rockler) and picked up another Laguna Shearforce to replace the one the nail ate. I noticed when I got it out of the box that it didn't come with the cover protecting the teeth like my original blade did. I could see where the teeth had been rubbing on the coiled blade during shipment scoring the sides of the blade. If the teeth were marking the sides of the blade, it had to also be damaging the teeth, but I needed to get back to my project. While tracking the blade on the bandsaw I noticed that the weld on the blade wasn't flat and true so when the weld passed thru the guides it would cause clicking and over time will cause undue wear to the guides. I am just disappointed at the low quality of the blade, I would return it, but it isn't worth the 2 hour round trip back to the store. This blade will be relegated to rough cuts and slabbing up blanks as it definitely won't be good enough for thin accurate cuts.
May 16, 2019
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Recommended on woodworking forum
John L on Jul 14, 2019
Recommended on woodworking forum
John L on Jul 14, 2019
great blade
william v on Nov 26, 2018
great blade
william v on Nov 26, 2018
Oops I just saw one is 125" the other is 115?
curious on Mar 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: From my understanding they make multiple length blades for each width type of blade. So you just need to find out which length of blade you need for your bandsaw.
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