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5 Trademaster Tips in Buying Bandsaw Blades
Here are five simple tips relating to Trademaster bandsaw blades before you buy a blade.
- Determine the material. You have to be specific about the type of material you are going to work on. Some examples are wood, plastic, and steel.
- Take note of machine specifications. You have to know the specs of your machine. For instance, you are going to cut thick material, therefore buy the widest blade that your machine can take to ensure the bandsaw machine will perform a straight cut. Likewise, if you are going to cut materials with curves and corners, buy the blade with the smallest width that fits your machine.
- Measure the usage of the blade. Once you determine the type of material, you need to ask yourself how often you are going to use the blade. You can buy a cheaper blade if you will only use it once. But, if you are going to use the blade on a day-to-day basis, you need to go for the durable, heavy-duty, and high-end quality blade.
- Select the correct blade teeth. The most common mistake in buying blades is the wrong selection of teeth. The proper selection of teeth is important to prevent bandsaw breakage and poor performance. Try to search for charts that show what specific teeth size is needed for specific material.
- Double-check your selected bandsaw blade. If you are not sure about the selection you made, you can easily ask a Sawblade.com.au customer sales representative. They can guide and educate you in choosing the perfect blade for you. This way, you are confident that your money will never go to waste.
You can also reach the company directly on 03 9005 7931.
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1. Product Selection
2. Great job, now select the Width
3. Select the Length (Round up to the Closest Increment)(Round up to the Closest Increment)
3. Now Enter the Exact Length in (mm) (Made to your Order)
4. Select the TPI (Teeth Per Inch)
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