Blades



 

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Wood-Mizer now offers blades in four distinct brands to meet every type of wood cutting application, from green softwoods to abrasive and exotic hardwoods. Offering more than 60 basic blade profiles and an extensive array of combinations based on profile, tooth height, width, thickness, tooth set and length, Wood-Mizer blades offer unmatched cutting flexibility across the board.
 
     
Purpose High alloy, all purpose, durable blade for most sawing applications.

Ideal blade for primary and secondary breakdown. Specialized stellite-tipped blade for cutting abrasive, kiln-dried, tropical, specialty, & other tough wood & beams. Heavy duty blade for production sawing. Provides a longer sawing blade life.

Hook Angle  4°, 7°, Turbo 7, 9°, 10°, 13°  4°, 9°, 7°, Turbo 7, 10°, 12°, 13°  7°, 10°  10° 
Width  1-1/4", 1-1/2"  1", 1-1/8", 1-1/4", 1-1/2", 1-3/4", 2", 3"  1-1/4", 1-1/2", 2"  1.36", 1.635"
Thickness  .035", .042", .045", .050", .055"  .035", .038", .042", .045", .055"  .042", .045",.055"  .042", .050"
Tooth Spacing  7/8" (1-1/8" available for .055x1.5")  1/2", 5/8", 3/4", 7/8", 1-1/8"  7/8"  7/8"
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* Not all hook angles available in all widths.

A Beginner’s Guide to the Subject of Blade Teeth and Their Purpose
 
 
   
 A. Tooth Spacing – is the distance between each tooth from one
tip to another.
 B. Radius – captures and removes sawdust while providing strength
in the tooth.
 C. Tooth Height – is the distance from the lowest point of the gullet
to the tip of the tooth.
 D. Hook Angle – is the number of degrees that the tooth face leans
forward of 90 degrees.
 E. Tooth Set – the distance the tooth is bent beyond the body
of the blade.
 
 
PROFILES
     
10 Degree   all-purpose profile for mixed hardwoods/ softer wood
     
13 Degree   softwoods
     
9 Degree   hardwoods/ seasoned woods. (Lower horsepower, smaller logs, narrow cuts)
     
Turbo 7   tropical/extreme hardwoods. (Higher Horsepower)
     
7 Degree   frozen/tropical/ extreme hardwoods. (Higher Horsepower, wider cuts)
     
4 Degree   frozen/extreme hardwoods. (All horsepower)
 
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