What is wet band saw

What's the purpose of a fine band saw blade?

As you can guess from the name, the purpose of these kinds of blades is to make precise cuts. The higher number of teeth allows these blades to make small, accurate cuts. Fine blades are used for cutting harder materials like metal. You also need the fine blade to cut thin sheets. But, finer blades do have some noticeable drawbacks.

What should the temperature be on a bandsaw blade?

A good appropriate set is about 80/20, with 80% sawdust and 20% air being ejected. The sawdust should be warm to the touch, not hot or cold. Too much set results in too much air and not enough sawdust and can leave tooth marks.

Is the Studio Pro precision 2000 wet / dry bandsaw with?

The water stream is adeqate, adjustments are a pain. The small socket head cap screws on the unit strip out easily, so, be careful. Support for this machine is lacking as well. I've left two messages over two weeks time for bandsaw tech support and no return calls as of yet.

Which is the best bow saw for wet cutting?

Low TPI blades are great for greenwood; higher TPI models are better when cutting lumber. Many manufacturers don’t mention TPI. Instead, the bow saw blade is specified as either wet cutting or dry cutting. Wet wood is more likely to bind the blade, so this blade will have fewer teeth (lower TPI).


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