- 24 TPI, bi-metal construction
- Matrix II high speed steel teeth with 8% cobalt
- For cutting stock up to 5/32″ thick
- For use with portable band saws using 44-7/8″ x 1/2″ x .020″ blades
- Limited warranty
Durable bi-metal super-tough band saw blade outlasts conventional blades up to 3 times, requiring fewer blade changes. An extremely hard and uniform tooth point is electron beam welded to a tough durable backing with high flex life for faster cutting and longer blade life. For use in Milwaukee portable band saws using 44 7/8in. x 1/2in. x .020in. blades. U.S.A. Blade Type: Bi-metal, TPI (Teeth per Inch): 24, Blade Size L x W (in.): 44 7/8 x 1/2, Blade Thickness (in.): .02, Cutting Thickness (in.): 5/32, Blades (qty.): 1
List Price: $ 10.70
How do you lift up the scroll saw blade?
I need to cut out these letters and one is an “A” how do I lift the blade to cut out the middle?
Suggestion by Mom and Dad
on most saws you will have to drill a hole Little bigger than the blade then pull the blade apart from one side of the arm push it through the hole reattach then cut
OR you can put a line cut along the “cross bar of the A”
Suggestion by justhaveFaith
Basilisk, You have to disconnect one of the ends of the saw blade. Then drill a hole in the middle of the wooden “A”. Then very carefully slide the blade through the hole you drilled in the “A”. Then re-connect the saw blade and your ready to cut it out to look like an “A”. Then disconnect when your happy it looks like what you want. Hoped this helped you make all the letters of the alphabet. Good Luck…