Craftsman 12 bandsaw blades

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Aftermarket Craftsman Replacement Parts

Free Ground Shipping on Orders over $ (except bandsaws)

Compatible Craftsman Band Saw Replacement Parts

Features

  • Our Craftsman Band Saw Guides Assemblies are available for upgrading and replacement of worn or inferior guides.
  • Our Craftsman guide upgrade kit provide full blade contact for maximum accuracy via all-ball-bearing support for smooth low friction running. They are well suited for general purpose work.
  • Eliminate contacting a local Dealer and spending valuable time on the phone when you can click and we ship!

Benefits

  • The Craftsman upgrade kit updates your saws performance through the use of precision machined brackets and all sealed bearing roller guides. This provides your saw with reduced blade friction, improved cutting accuracy, and is adjustable for blade widths from 3/16" to 1"

P C GAKIT SEA

ASM P C GAKIT SEA12

Sears/Craftsman 12" Model
Guide Conversion Kit
Tilt Table/Hex Post only

Sears/Craftsman 12" Guide Conversion Kit

  • The Sears 12" conversion kit updates your saws performance through the use of precision made sealed ball bearing roller guides
  • This gives your saw with reduced blade friction
  • Improves cutting accuracy and is adjustable for blade widths from 3/16" to 1"
  • The saw must have a Hex shaped upper post.*
  • The saw must have a tilt table.* 
  • This Guide Only works on Sears 12” Model with Tilt Table AND Hex Post
Product Details
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Blade Size3/16" to 1"
Machine MfgSears
Machine Size14"
Machines Designed for12" Sears (Fits , tilt table, HEX post)
Stabilizer Kit
Thrust Wheel7/8"
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P C GAKIT SEA

ASM P C GAKIT UNV1

Sears 14"
Guide Conversion Kit
Sears 14 Guide Kit

Sears 14" Blade Saw Guide Conversion kit

The Sears 14" conversion kit updates your saws performance through the use of sealed ball bearing roller guides.

This provides your saw with reduced blade friction, improved cutting accuracy, and is adjustable for blade widths from 3/16" to 1".

Cast Frame-Round Post.

Product Details
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Blade Size3/16" to 1"
Machine MfgUniversal
Machine Size14"
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P C GAKIT SEA

ASM P C GAKIT SEA18

Craftsman 18"
Guide Conversion Kit
Sears 18" Guide Conversion Kit

Sears 18" Guide Conversion Kit

  • This all bearing kit uses precision made roller bearing guides to promote cooler running and longer blade life
  • The rugged guides are perfect for general work and resawing
Product Details
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Blade Size3/16" to 3/4"
Blade Width3/16" to 3/4"
Machine MfgSears
Machine Size16"/18"
SystemBand Saw Guide Upgrade Kit
Machines Designed forSears 16", Sears 18", Dayton 16", Dayton 18"
Stabilizer Kit
Thrust Wheel1 3/16"
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P CG CRAFTSMAN CERAMIC GUIDES

ASM P CG Craftsman Ceramic Guides

Guides for Craftsman Delta 10

Aftermarket Craftsman Parts

This set of guides will fit the old type of Craftsman 12

Product Details
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Blade Width" Blade
Model
SystemBase & Table
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P CG CRAFTSMAN CERAMIC THRUST BEARINGS

ASM P CG Craftsman Ceramic Thrust Bearings

Ceramic Thrust Bearings for Craftsman

Aftermarket Craftsman Parts

Thrust bearings are usually made of solid steel, ceramic inserts on the face, and no loose bearings. Space age Ceramic thrust bearings don't rotate like metal bearings. Should you wear a groove in the bearing, simply rotate it to a fresh portion of the bearing.

Product Details
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Blade Width" Blade
Model
SystemBase & Table
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P Craftsman TP

ASM TP

10" x 3/4" Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Secure Fit Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Fits Machines with 8"" Wheel Diameter

A rubber band saw tire requires glue to keep it in place. The tire you purchase needs to be as close as possible to the size of the band wheel that you are covering. Do not buy a tire that is larger than your band wheel; a bit smaller is better. The tires will stretch a bit, but the larger the difference between the band wheel and the tire, the more difficult the installation.

Product Details
photo below
MaterialRubber
Tire Diameter10"
Tire Width3/4"
Product Image

P Craftsman TQ

Product Image for 10" x 7/8" Urethane Band saw Tire Stretch On Urethane Band saw Tire

10" x 7/8" Urethane Band saw Tire
Stretch On Urethane Band saw Tire
Fits Machines with 10" Wheel Diameter

Urethane Tires last longer and work far better than rubber tires.They will not wear out and become brittle as quickly as rubber tires do. You will absolutely see the difference in the performance of your band saw when you upgrade to Urethane Tire.

Product Details
photo below
MaterialUrethane
Tire Diameter10"
Tire Width7/8"
Thickness"
Product Image

P Craftsman TP

ASM TP

10" x 3/4" Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Secure Fit Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Fits Machines with 8"" Wheel Diameter

A rubber band saw tire requires glue to keep it in place. The tire you purchase needs to be as close as possible to the size of the band wheel that you are covering. Do not buy a tire that is larger than your band wheel; a bit smaller is better. The tires will stretch a bit, but the larger the difference between the band wheel and the tire, the more difficult the installation.

Product Details
photo below
MaterialRubber
Tire Diameter10"
Tire Width3/4"
Product Image

P Craftsman TQ

Product Image for 10" x 7/8" Urethane Band saw Tire Stretch On Urethane Band saw Tire

10" x 7/8" Urethane Band saw Tire
Stretch On Urethane Band saw Tire
Fits Machines with 10" Wheel Diameter

Urethane Tires last longer and work far better than rubber tires.They will not wear out and become brittle as quickly as rubber tires do. You will absolutely see the difference in the performance of your band saw when you upgrade to Urethane Tire.

Product Details
photo below
MaterialUrethane
Tire Diameter10"
Tire Width7/8"
Thickness"
Product Image

P Craftsman TP

ASM TP

10" x 3/4" Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Secure Fit Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Fits Machines with 8"" Wheel Diameter

A rubber band saw tire requires glue to keep it in place. The tire you purchase needs to be as close as possible to the size of the band wheel that you are covering. Do not buy a tire that is larger than your band wheel; a bit smaller is better. The tires will stretch a bit, but the larger the difference between the band wheel and the tire, the more difficult the installation.

Product Details
photo below
MaterialRubber
Tire Diameter10"
Tire Width3/4"
Product Image

P Craftsman TQ

Product Image for 10" x 7/8" Urethane Band saw Tire Stretch On Urethane Band saw Tire

10" x 7/8" Urethane Band saw Tire
Stretch On Urethane Band saw Tire
Fits Machines with 10" Wheel Diameter

Urethane Tires last longer and work far better than rubber tires.They will not wear out and become brittle as quickly as rubber tires do. You will absolutely see the difference in the performance of your band saw when you upgrade to Urethane Tire.

Product Details
photo below
MaterialUrethane
Tire Diameter10"
Tire Width7/8"
Thickness"
Product Image

P Craftsman TP

ASM TP

10" x 3/4" Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Secure Fit Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Fits Machines with 8"" Wheel Diameter

A rubber band saw tire requires glue to keep it in place. The tire you purchase needs to be as close as possible to the size of the band wheel that you are covering. Do not buy a tire that is larger than your band wheel; a bit smaller is better. The tires will stretch a bit, but the larger the difference between the band wheel and the tire, the more difficult the installation.

Product Details
photo below
MaterialRubber
Tire Diameter10"
Tire Width3/4"
Product Image

P Craftsman TQ

Product Image for 10" x 7/8" Urethane Band saw Tire Stretch On Urethane Band saw Tire

10" x 7/8" Urethane Band saw Tire
Stretch On Urethane Band saw Tire
Fits Machines with 10" Wheel Diameter

Urethane Tires last longer and work far better than rubber tires.They will not wear out and become brittle as quickly as rubber tires do. You will absolutely see the difference in the performance of your band saw when you upgrade to Urethane Tire.

Product Details
photo below
MaterialUrethane
Tire Diameter10"
Tire Width7/8"
Thickness"
Product Image

P Craftsman TP

ASM TP

10" x 3/4" Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Secure Fit Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Fits Machines with 8"" Wheel Diameter

A rubber band saw tire requires glue to keep it in place. The tire you purchase needs to be as close as possible to the size of the band wheel that you are covering. Do not buy a tire that is larger than your band wheel; a bit smaller is better. The tires will stretch a bit, but the larger the difference between the band wheel and the tire, the more difficult the installation.

Product Details
photo below
MaterialRubber
Tire Diameter10"
Tire Width3/4"
Product Image

P Craftsman TQ

Product Image for 10" x 7/8" Urethane Band saw Tire Stretch On Urethane Band saw Tire

10" x 7/8" Urethane Band saw Tire
Stretch On Urethane Band saw Tire
Fits Machines with 10" Wheel Diameter

Urethane Tires last longer and work far better than rubber tires.They will not wear out and become brittle as quickly as rubber tires do. You will absolutely see the difference in the performance of your band saw when you upgrade to Urethane Tire.

Product Details
photo below
MaterialUrethane
Tire Diameter10"
Tire Width7/8"
Thickness"
Product Image

P Craftsman TP

ASM TP

10" x 3/4" Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Secure Fit Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Fits Machines with 8"" Wheel Diameter

A rubber band saw tire requires glue to keep it in place. The tire you purchase needs to be as close as possible to the size of the band wheel that you are covering. Do not buy a tire that is larger than your band wheel; a bit smaller is better. The tires will stretch a bit, but the larger the difference between the band wheel and the tire, the more difficult the installation.

Product Details
photo below
MaterialRubber
Tire Diameter10"
Tire Width3/4"
Product Image

P Craftsman TQ

Product Image for 10" x 7/8" Urethane Band saw Tire Stretch On Urethane Band saw Tire

10" x 7/8" Urethane Band saw Tire
Stretch On Urethane Band saw Tire
Fits Machines with 10" Wheel Diameter

Urethane Tires last longer and work far better than rubber tires.They will not wear out and become brittle as quickly as rubber tires do. You will absolutely see the difference in the performance of your band saw when you upgrade to Urethane Tire.

Product Details
photo below
MaterialUrethane
Tire Diameter10"
Tire Width7/8"
Thickness"
Product Image

P Craftsman TP

ASM TP

10" x 3/4" Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Secure Fit Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Fits Machines with 8"" Wheel Diameter

A rubber band saw tire requires glue to keep it in place. The tire you purchase needs to be as close as possible to the size of the band wheel that you are covering. Do not buy a tire that is larger than your band wheel; a bit smaller is better. The tires will stretch a bit, but the larger the difference between the band wheel and the tire, the more difficult the installation.

Product Details
photo below
MaterialRubber
Tire Diameter10"
Tire Width3/4"
Product Image

P Craftsman TQ

Product Image for 10" x 7/8" Urethane Band saw Tire Stretch On Urethane Band saw Tire

10" x 7/8" Urethane Band saw Tire
Stretch On Urethane Band saw Tire
Fits Machines with 10" Wheel Diameter

Urethane Tires last longer and work far better than rubber tires.They will not wear out and become brittle as quickly as rubber tires do. You will absolutely see the difference in the performance of your band saw when you upgrade to Urethane Tire.

Product Details
photo below
MaterialUrethane
Tire Diameter10"
Tire Width7/8"
Thickness"
Product Image

P Craftsman TP

ASM TP

10" x 3/4" Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Secure Fit Rubber Band Wheel Tire
Fits Machines with 8"" Wheel Diameter

A rubber band saw tire requires glue to keep it in place. The tire you purchase needs to be as close as possible to the size of the band wheel that you are covering. Do not buy a tire that is larger than your band wheel; a bit smaller is better. The tires will stretch a bit, but the larger the difference between the band wheel and the tire, the more difficult the installation.

Product Details
photo below
MaterialRubber
Tire Diameter10"
Tire Width3/4"
Product Image

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80" Bandsaw Blades

Selecting Bandsaw Blade Width, Thickness and TPI

Choosing the Correct Bandsaw Blade Width

Blade width is measured from the tips to the teeth to the back edge of the blade body.
The instructions for the particular bandsaw being used should be followed when selecting blade width.
If no such instructions exist, the blade width should be determined with the following guidelines:

Cut-Off Sawing (Re-sawing)

The blade selected should be as wide as the machine will allow, keeping in mind the blade thickness and wheel diameter.
The wider the bandsaw blade is, the straighter the cut will be.

 Contour Sawing
The bandsaw blade should be as wide as the machine allows,
but still narrow enough so that it can cut the desired shape (radius).
Minimum dimensions for different cutting radii are shown in the radius chart

How to Choose the Correct Number of Teeth Per Inch (TPI)

The number of teeth per inch (TPI) is important in obtaining the finish desired and the proper feed rate. A coarse tooth blade (2, 3 TPI) should be used for re-sawing wood and cutting thicker stock up to 8" thick. A fine toothed blade (18 to 32 TPI) should be used for thinner metals and plastics under 1/4". For general cutting of 3/4" plywood 6 TPI will provide a fast cut and 14 TPI will cut much slower but leave a smooth finish on the cut.

When Selecting TPI Remember:

  • More TPI gives a smoother but slower cut.
  • Fewer TPI allows for a faster cut with a slightly rougher cut surface.
  • Should have at least 3 teeth and less than 12 teeth in the work piece.


  • Band Saw Blade Thickness

    The thickness of a bandsaw blade is determined by the thickness of the blade body. Bandsaw blades vary in thickness ", ", ", ", ", ", ", ", ", ".
    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 brake 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 brake quickly. Thinner blades are recommended when the work is light.


    This chart offers Guidelines for selecting Blade Thickness for wheel diameters.


    WHEEL DIAMETER
    RECOMMENDED
    BLADE THICKNESS
    inches
    inches
    inches
    inches
    inches
    inches
    30 inches
    and over
    "
    "
    "
    "
    "
    "
    ", ", "
    ", " " thicknesses are no longer available in Lenox  brand

    It is not always possible to adhere to the above recommendations due to the cutting operation you intend to perform and the particular band saw you are using. To maintain extended fatigue life of the blade, select the thinnest blade possible that will offer you the appropriate number to TPI to perform you cutting operation.

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Craftsman Inch Band Saw/sander Parts

Craftsman

We Sell Only Genuine Craftsman Parts.

Craftsman Inch Band Saw/sander

Unit Breakdown

Frame Assembly

Leg Set

Motor Part

2

Wheel Tire Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued


Note: http://www.ereplacementparts.com/article//Bandsaw_Tire_Replacement_.html

 $

Discontinued

3

Screw Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Not Available for Retail Sale

Not Available for Retail Sale

 $

Not Available for Retail Sale

4

Ring 2Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

5

Spring Washer Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

6

Crank Bearing Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

8

Ring Retain Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

9

Switch Keys Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

11

Ball Bearing Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

12

Ring 2Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

13

Screw 8Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

14

3/16 Sq Key Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

15

Screw 2Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

16

V-pul 5X5/8 Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

17

S Clip Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

18

Beltguard Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

19

Belt Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

20

Table Saw Pulley Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

21

Mtg. Brkt

 $

Part Number:

Ships in 6 - 12 business days

Ships in 6 - 12 business days

 $

Ships in 6 - 12 business days

22

Brkt Support Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

23

Motor Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

24

Beltguard Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

27

Nut 8Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

28

Screw 8Pk

 $

Part Number:STD

Ships in 6 - 12 business days

Ships in 6 - 12 business days

 $

Ships in 6 - 12 business days

29

Spacer Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

32

Screw 8Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

33

Gasket Foam Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

34

Wheel Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

35

Shaft Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

37

1/4 X Inch Band Saw Blade Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

 $

Discontinued

38

1/8 Hex Key Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

39

5/32 Hex Key Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

40

3/16 Hex Key

 $

Part Number:

Ships in 6 - 12 business days

Ships in 6 - 12 business days

Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

 $

Ships in 6 - 12 business days

42

Mach Screw Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

43

Plate Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

44

Washer 8Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

45

Nut 8Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

Nut 8Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

Screw 5Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

Lock Washer Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

Flat Washer, 8Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Use W/

1

Screw 8Pk

 $

Part Number:STD

Ships in 6 - 12 business days

Ships in 6 - 12 business days

 $

Ships in 6 - 12 business days

5

Clamp Cord Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

6

Self-Tapping Screw

 $

Part Number:STD

In Stock, 4 available


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

 $

In Stock, 4 available

8

Screw 5Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

9

Sleeve Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

11

Screw Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

13

Nut 8Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

14

Spacer Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

15

Handle, Lock Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

16

Washer 8Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: 3/8 X 7/8 X 14 Ga.

17

Nozzle Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

19

Lock Washer Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

20

Screw 5Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

22

Pin 5Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

23

Gde Ay Flcrm Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

25

Rod Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

28

Carriage Bolt Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

30

Wingnut Unc Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

31

Washer 8Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

In Stock, 4 available


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

 $

In Stock, 4 available

32

Truss Screw 8 pck Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

33

Table Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

34

Insert Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

35

Pin Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Not Available for Retail Sale

Not Available for Retail Sale

 $

Not Available for Retail Sale

37

Guide Blade Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

39

Flat Washer, 8Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Use W/

40

E Ring Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

41

Screw 5Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

42

Screw 5Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

43

Screw 8Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

44

Brg Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

45

Guide Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Not Available for Retail Sale

Not Available for Retail Sale

 $

Not Available for Retail Sale

46

Screw 8Pk

 $

Part Number:STD

In Stock, 1 available

 $

In Stock, 1 available

47

Washer 8Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

48

Support Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

 $

Discontinued

49

Screw 8Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued

53

Screw Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:

Discontinued

58

Washer 8Pk

 $

Part Number:STD

In Stock, 1 available


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability

 $

In Stock, 1 available

59

Screw 5Pk Obsolete - Not Available

 $

Part Number:STD

Discontinued


Note: Contact Customer Support For Availability
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Bandsaw blades 12 craftsman

91" Bandsaw Blades

Selecting Bandsaw Blade Width, Thickness and TPI

Choosing the Correct Bandsaw Blade Width

Blade width is measured from the tips to the teeth to the back edge of the blade body.
The instructions for the particular bandsaw being used should be followed when selecting blade width.
If no such instructions exist, the blade width should be determined with the following guidelines:

Cut-Off Sawing (Re-sawing)

The blade selected should be as wide as the machine will allow, keeping in mind the blade thickness and wheel diameter.
The wider the bandsaw blade is, the straighter the cut will be.

 Contour Sawing
The bandsaw blade should be as wide as the machine allows,
but still narrow enough so that it can cut the desired shape (radius).
Minimum dimensions for different cutting radii are shown in the radius chart

How to Choose the Correct Number of Teeth Per Inch (TPI)

The number of teeth per inch (TPI) is important in obtaining the finish desired and the proper feed rate. A coarse tooth blade (2, 3 TPI) should be used for re-sawing wood and cutting thicker stock up to 8" thick. A fine toothed blade (18 to 32 TPI) should be used for thinner metals and plastics under 1/4". For general cutting of 3/4" plywood 6 TPI will provide a fast cut and 14 TPI will cut much slower but leave a smooth finish on the cut.

When Selecting TPI Remember:

  • More TPI gives a smoother but slower cut.
  • Fewer TPI allows for a faster cut with a slightly rougher cut surface.
  • Should have at least 3 teeth and less than 12 teeth in the work piece.


  • Band Saw Blade Thickness

    The thickness of a bandsaw blade is determined by the thickness of the blade body. Bandsaw blades vary in thickness ", ", ", ", ", ", ", ", ", ".
    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 brake 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 brake quickly. Thinner blades are recommended when the work is light.


    This chart offers Guidelines for selecting Blade Thickness for wheel diameters.


    WHEEL DIAMETER
    RECOMMENDED
    BLADE THICKNESS
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    inches
    30 inches
    and over
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    It is not always possible to adhere to the above recommendations due to the cutting operation you intend to perform and the particular band saw you are using. To maintain extended fatigue life of the blade, select the thinnest blade possible that will offer you the appropriate number to TPI to perform you cutting operation.

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Craftsman 12-Inch Tilt Head 1-1/8 h.p. 2-Speed Bandsaw - Demonstration Video

Craftsman 12 inch Bandsaw-Sander

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A band saw is basically a "curve cutting" machine. It is not capable of doing inside cutting. For inside cutting use our Dewalt 20 inch Scroll Saw. The Craftsman Band Saw-Sander is not only capable of the usual band saw operations, but it can he converted into a sander as well. You can finish wood, certain compositions and plastics. It is also used for straight-line cutting operations such as crosscutting, ripping, mitering, beveling, compound cutting, and resawing. The Craftsman 12" Bandsaw-Sander takes an 80" blade or an 80", 1/2" wide sanding belt.

There is a Vacuum port on the back of the saw. Hook the shop vac to the port during operations.

The blade width determines how tight a curve that can be cut.

The smallest radius a 1/8" wide blade is capable of cutting is 1/4" The smallest radius a 3/16" wide blade is capable of cutting is 1/2" The smallest radius a 1/4" wide blade is capable of cutting is 3/4" The smallest radius a 3/8" wide blade is capable of cutting is 1" The smallest radius a 1/2" wide blade is capable of cutting is "

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