Bandsaw Blade Database

Below you can access all blades currently in our data base.
Sort the selection by Length of Band Saw Blade from the drop down.
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Width of blade, Material Type and then Gauge of the stock used.
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Product IDProduct Name Price  

Cutting Wood using a Wood Bandsaw:

  • Flex-Back - Carbon Steel Blade - General Wood cutting operations
  • Neo-Type - Carbon Steel Blade (Hardback) tooth size 8 to 24 tpi for thin wood and plastics (originally for cutting metal but at 75 to 300 BFPM)
  • #32 Wood - Specialized Woodworking Applications
  • Diemaster 2 - Bi-Metal blade, provides 6x the life of Carbon Steel blade stock
  • Classic - Bi-Metal blade, provides 6x the life of Carbon Steel blade stock
  • Woodmaster B - Bi-Metal blade specifically for use on Portable Band Mills also Horizontal and Vertical Re-Saws
  • Woodmaster CT - Carbide Tipped for use on Portable Band Mills also Horizontal and Vertical Re-Saws
  • Tri-Master - Carbide Tipped Precision triple chip grind results in smooth cuts and excellent finish.

Cutting Metal on a Wood Bandsaw:

  • Diemaster 2 - Bi-Metal blade, provides 6x the life of Carbon Steel blade stock
  • Matrix - Bi-Metal blade, .020 thick, provides 6x the life of Carbon Steel blade stock
  • Classic - Bi-Metal blade, provides 6x the life of Carbon Steel blade stock
  • Classic Pro - Bi-Metal blade, provides 6x the life of Carbon Steel blade stock

NOTE:
When using a WOOD Cutting band saw for cutting metal (saw running about 3000 BFPM) hardened metal will not be able to be cut. Bandsaw blade speeds between 75 and 300 BFPM are required to cut hardened materials and receive favorable blade life. If your wood saw has two speeds, use the slow speed for cutting soft metal.

Selecting the Proper TPI (teeth per inch):

When cutting wood, the Rule of Thumb is 3 to 12 teeth in the work, with the most general purpose count being 6 TPI. The fewer teeth per inch provide a faster, but rougher cut; and more teeth per inch provide a smoother, but slower cut. When resawing use the widest blade suitable for your saw with the fewest number of teeth per inch. Make sure that you select a blade of proper thickness. The continual flexing of the blade causes metal fatigue and failure of the blade. Fatigue is the tendency of a metal to break under continued flexing. The thickness of the blade required depends upon the diameter of the wheels and the work to be done. Thick blades will withstand more strain from cutting than thin blades, but will break more easily from the bending action, especially when run on small wheels. Each revolution flexes the blade to near the elastic limit of the steel, which causes the metal to fatigue and break quickly. Thinner blades are recommended when the work is light.

*Bandsaw Blade Speed BFPM is Band Feet Per Minute
 

The types of Lenox Band Saw Blade stock listed below
are for General metal cutting to High Performance Industrial metal cutting operations

Carbon Steel, Bi-Metal Carbide Tipped Blade Selection Chart

Bi-Metal Blade Product Selection Chart

Bi-Metal Speed Selection Chart
Bi-Metal Tooth Selection Chart

LENOX Bi-Metal Band Saw Blades

High speed steel tooth tips combined with flexible alloy steel backing material results in band saw blades that are the most cost effective choice for most metal sawing applications. A wide variety of products are available to ensure optimal blade performance in your application.

  • Diemaster 2 - Bi-Metal blade, provides 6x the life of Carbon Steel blade stock
  • Matrix - Bi-Metal blade, .020 thick, provides 6x the life of Carbon Steel blade stock
  • Classic - The Ultimate Multi-Purpose
  • Classic Pro - The Ultimate Multi-Purpose Blade for Production Cutting
  • QXP - Long Blade Life at High Cutting Rates
  • RX+ - Engineered to Cut Structurals, Tubing and Bundles
  • Armor RX+ - Engineered for Long Life
  • Contestor GT - High Performance Sawing
Carbide Blade Product Selection Chart
Carbide Speed Selection Chart
Carbide Tooth Selection Chart

LENOX Carbide Band Saw Blades

High Performance backing steel and optimized carbide grades give premium band sawing performance. These band saws will cut faster and last longer than any other band saw blade in a wide variety of sawing applications.

  • ARMOR CT BLACK - For Extreme Cutting Rates
  • TNT GT - Extreme Performance on Super Alloys
  • CAST MASTER - Superior Performance When Sawing Castings
  • TRI-TECH CT - Set Style Carbide Blade for Difficult to Cut Metals
  • TRI-MASTER - Versatile Carbide Tipped Blade
  • ALUMINUM MASTER CT - Triple Chip Tooth Design
  • HRc - Carbide Tipped Blade for Case and Through-Hardened Materials
  • MASTER GRIT - Carbide Grit Edge Blade for Cutting Abrasive and Hardened Materials
*Bandsaw Blade Speed BFPM is Band Feet Per Minute
 

The types of Lenox Band Saw Blade stock listed below
are for General metal cutting to High Performance Industrial metal cutting operations

Carbon Steel, Bi-Metal Carbide Tipped Blade Selection Chart

Bi-Metal Blade Product Selection Chart

Bi-Metal Speed Selection Chart
Bi-Metal Tooth Selection Chart

LENOX Bi-Metal Band Saw Blades

High speed steel tooth tips combined with flexible alloy steel backing material results in band saw blades that are the most cost effective choice for most metal sawing applications. A wide variety of products are available to ensure optimal blade performance in your application.

  • Diemaster 2 - Bi-Metal blade, provides 6x the life of Carbon Steel blade stock
  • Matrix - Bi-Metal blade, .020 thick, provides 6x the life of Carbon Steel blade stock
  • Classic - The Ultimate Multi-Purpose
  • Classic Pro - The Ultimate Multi-Purpose Blade for Production Cutting
  • QXP - Long Blade Life at High Cutting Rates
  • RX+ - Engineered to Cut Structurals, Tubing and Bundles
  • Armor RX+ - Engineered for Long Life
  • Contestor GT - High Performance Sawing
Carbide Blade Product Selection Chart
Carbide Speed Selection Chart
Carbide Tooth Selection Chart

LENOX Carbide Band Saw Blades

High Performance backing steel and optimized carbide grades give premium band sawing performance. These band saws will cut faster and last longer than any other band saw blade in a wide variety of sawing applications.

  • ARMOR CT BLACK - For Extreme Cutting Rates
  • TNT GT - Extreme Performance on Super Alloys
  • CAST MASTER - Superior Performance When Sawing Castings
  • TRI-TECH CT - Set Style Carbide Blade for Difficult to Cut Metals
  • TRI-MASTER - Versatile Carbide Tipped Blade
  • ALUMINUM MASTER CT - Triple Chip Tooth Design
  • HRc - Carbide Tipped Blade for Case and Through-Hardened Materials
  • MASTER GRIT - Carbide Grit Edge Blade for Cutting Abrasive and Hardened Materials
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