Olson PGT Band Saw Blade 80" x 1/4"
- 0.30 LBS
The Olson PGT Band Saw Blade 80" x 1/4" is the perfect accessory to take your band saw to a new level of performance. These blades are manufactured with premium materials, resulting in accurate and smooth cuts every time.
The Olson PGT Band Saw Blade is the perfect choice for those looking for a blade that provides excellent chip evacuation and a uniform tooth set. The hook tooth on this blade allows for faster cutting and smoother operation, making it perfect for any woodworking project.Olson PGT Band Saw Blades are a superior hardened and tempered carbon rich steel blade. They are stronger and cut faster, which makes straight and precise cuts with practically no waste. Olson blades are precision ground to ensure that the teeth are sharp and evenly spaced, providing a smooth, clean cut every time.
The Olson precision ground tooth blades have maximum penetration with hardened and tempered carbon rich steel. Extremely razor sharp teeth provide clean cuts on all types of materials. The continuous teeth pattern prevents heat buildup and reduces blade wear, providing superior performance and increased longevity.
The Olson All Pro PGT Band Saw Blades are the perfect blades for aggressive feed when cutting through thick wood, plastic, plywood, and composite materials. With these blades, you'll be able to get the job done quickly and easily!
What Band Saws Can Be Used With The Olson PGT Band Saw Blade 80" x 1/4" :
- Sears Craftsman 12" .
- Tilting Table or Tilting Head Band Saws.
Olson PGT Band Saw Blade 80" x 1/4" Specifications:
- Length ; 80
- Width ; 0.25".
- TPI; 6.
- Tooth ; Hook.
- Unique carbon-rich steel.
- Computer-controlled raker tooth setting.
- Superior hardened and tempered material.
- Made in the USA.
- Precision Ground Teeth.
- Razor Sharp.
Olson band saw blades are a great option for businesses that need to cut through a lot of material quickly and cheaply. There are a number of factors that contribute to Olson blades' high performance, including the quality of the steel and the precision of the manufacturing process. All of these factors combine to facilitate consistent high performance and minimize the cost per cut.