I have experience with two different resaw blades:
Timberwolf 4 tpi 3/4" wide
Woodslicer 1/2" wide
The Timberwolf is the tougher of the two blades, my Woodslicer I had to
have rebrazed as it broke AWAY from the weld several inches. Since
them I have not reinstalled it.
The Timberwolf is a faster cutting blade, but leaves a rough surface.
The Woodslicer is at least 2x as smooth.
However, scuttlebug on the net is that a carbide tipped blade is ideal
for exotics and large resaw bandsaws. My saw is a Ryobi BS50N, which
they made many years ago when Ryobi was not just a consumer brand.
Wish I could have found the BS360NR at the time as it would have been
my LAST bandsaw.
Photos and some information here:
Photo of it's bigger brother
keywords: resaw bandsaw Ryobi blade timberwolf woodslicer BS360NR
BS360 BS50 BS50N