I've never seen so many positive reviews about any other vendor on any
of the larger woodworking forums. (sawmillcreek, lumberjocks,
For green wood (resawing logs), I have had good results with the Highland
Woodworking woodturner blade:
It has a bit wider kerf than most bandsaw blades, so it doesn't clog or
bind up in green wood the way most blades do. I mostly do resawing with my
bandsaw so I usually use this blade for everything (dry or green).
For a smoother cut in dry wood, the Woodslicer blades are supposed to be
On Sunday, January 10, 2016 at 6:04:47 AM UTC+5:30, SBH wrote:
I can't get you Exactly but some how i feel You stuck about which brand you
use for Riser kit right?I Suggest go through Band Saw Blades Brand i know
it's Costly but it is long lasting You don't need to change again and agai
n.after using that you feel it's cheaper then to buy new one again and agai
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