Bandsaw Stainless Steel Replacement Blade

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Product Features

  • Seamless stainless steel blade construction
  • Diamond abrasive cutting edge
  • Fits most popular glass bandsaws

Product Description

Keep Your Saw Running Smoothy!
You'll get hours of use out of this seamless, stainless steel diamond coated replacement blade for Diamond Tech, Gryphon and Inland saws. Fast cutting and long lasting blade fits the Inland DB-100, Glass Ace and Tiger; Diamond Tech DL1000, DL3000, Speedster (original and XL), Precision 2000, and most Gryphon bandsaws.

Fine diamond abrasive cutting edge and narrow profile will provide hours of smooth operation and precision cutting. Cut glass, ceramic and marble with ease, eliminating waste and time spent grinding.

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3 out of 5 stars
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Pros : So far so good. Have used one for several hours on very intricate cuts and no problems yet.
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1 out of 5 stars
  •   Breaks easy
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Pros : Cuts Glass
Cons : Doesn't last very long. (Hours instead of days) Breaks easily.
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  •   no good.
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Pros : not expensive to buy,
Cons : but the blades only lasted about 4 hours . Both blades that came with the speedster snapped. Not worth buying more. waste of money.
Other Thoughts : Better off buying an expensive model from the start.
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