Bandsaw Blades

Our bandsaw blades are made to order to suit most applications. Bandsaws direct offer an online quotation and ordering system to take the hassle out of ordering your replacement blades.


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Bandsaws direct use only the best metal cutting, European and American coil product available.

Our in house welding and manufacturing procedure, which incorporates weld testing prior to any batch welds and a stringent quality control procedure and our high volume welding capacity will ensure you get the best cutting blade on time, every time. That’s why we can guarantee, 24hr dispatch from order confirmation.


Need help finding the correct blade to suit your machine? View our TPI ( Teeth Per Inch ) chart below for a list of the teeth options to suit your bandsaw blade.

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Getting Long Life from a New Band Saw Blade

What is Blade Break-In?

A new band saw blade has razor sharp tooth tips as
a result of the forming of the teeth. In order to with-
stand the cutting pressures used in band sawing,
the tooth tip should be honed to form a micro-fine
radius. Cutting with high pressure without perform-
ing this honing will cause microscopic damage to
the tips of the teeth, resulting in loss of blade life.

Why Break-In a Band Saw Blade?

Completing a proper break-in on a new band saw
blade will dramatically increase its blade life.

How To Break In a Blade

1. Use the appropriate band speed for the material
to be cut.

2. Reduce the feed rate/force control on the saw to
achieve a cutting rate approximately 20% to 50% of
the normal cutting rate. Mild steels require a larger
reduction in cutting rate than more difficult to
machine materials.

3. Begin the first cut at the reduced rate (A), mak-
ing sure that the teeth are forming a chip. Once the
blade fully enters the workpiece, the feed rate can
be slightly increased (B).

4. Make gradual increases in feed rate/force over
several cuts until the normal cutting rate is estab-
lished (cutting a total of 60 to 118 inches2 / 150 to 300
cm2) (C).

Note: During break-in, slight adjustments to band
speed may be made in the event of excessive noise
or vibration. Once the blade is broken in, the recom-
mended band speed should be used.