'Rope Blade' for bandsaw


Hi,
Trying to cut out jigsaws from plyboard with a bandsaw and was thinking would it be possible to obtain a blade for the saw that has a circular cross section.
This blade would cut in all directions without the need to constantly move and twist the uncut puzzle.
Does such a blade exist? I cannot fine one on the net or in my local tool supplies.
Cheers,
Jack
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Is there something like diamond wire that can be used in the band saw? this is like a saw made from epoxy bonded diamond dust on a piece of wire.
Just a thought.
Doug

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On Wed, 17 May 2006 02:45:20 GMT, "Doug Schultz"

Seems like that might be pretty hard on the bandsaw tires
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On 16 May 2006 19:22:53 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@volcanomail.com wrote:

The closest that I've seen is a bonded carbide wire for both hacksaws and scroll saws, but not band saws, as it's used in an up & down/ back & forth motion..
Wouldn't a scroll saw be better for puzzles?
Mac
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