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Rockwell Model 14” Bandsaw Blade

Rockwell Model 14'' Bandsaw Blade
Rockwell Model 14” Bandsaw Blade

We manufacture a Rockwell Model 14” Bandsaw Blade to cut metal in different forms. These machines are used in metalworking industries for cutting operations


A 14-inch bandsaw blade is a long, continuous loop of metal with teeth along one edge that is designed for cutting a wide variety of materials. It is typically made from high-carbon steel or high-speed steel and has a blade length of 93.5 to 95 inches. This blade length is compatible with most standard 14-inch bandsaw machines. The tooth pitch of a 14-inch bandsaw blade can vary depending on the application. A 14 TPI blade is a good all-purpose blade that is suitable for cutting a wide variety of materials, while a 10 TPI blade is better for cutting thick materials and a 18 TPI blade is better for cutting thin materials.

Common Applications of 14-inch Bandsaw Blades:

  • Cutting metal pipes and tubes
  • Cutting metal sheets
  • Cutting structural steel beams
  • Cutting metal bars and rods
  • Cutting non-ferrous metals

Factors to Consider When Choosing a 14-inch Bandsaw Blade:

  • Material to be cut: Different types of metal have different hardness levels. Harder metals, such as steel, require a blade with a higher tooth count, while softer metals, such as aluminum, require a blade with a lower tooth count.
  • Thickness of the material: Thicker materials require a blade with a wider width, while thinner materials require a blade with a narrower width.
  • Type of cut: Straight cuts require a blade with a regular tooth set, while curved cuts require a blade with a wavy tooth set.
  • Cutting speed: Faster cutting speeds require a blade with a higher tooth pitch, while slower cutting speeds require a blade with a lower tooth pitch.
  • Precision requirements: If you need a very precise cut, choose a blade with a high tooth count and a sharp edge.

Maintenance and Care of 14-inch Bandsaw Blades:

  • Clean the blade after each use to remove debris and prevent rusting.
  • Inspect the blade for cracks, wear, or missing teeth. Replace the blade if it becomes damaged.
  • Store the blade properly to prevent rusting and bending.

Examples of 14-inch Bandsaw Blades:

  • Supercut Bandsaw Blade, Carbon Tool Steel, 14-Inch x 1/2-Inch x 0.025-Inch x 14 TPI
  • Imachinist S64514 Bi-Metal Band Saw Blades 64-1/2″ X 1/2″ X 14tpi for Cutting Soft Ferrous Metal
  • Bosch BS6412-24M 64-1/2 In. 24 TPI Metal Cutting Stationary Band Saw Blade
  • Olson Bandsaw Blade, 10/12 TPI, 0.035″ Thickness
  • Lenox Classic Tuff Tooth Band Saw Blade, Bimetal, Regular Tooth, Wavy

These are just a few examples of the many 14-inch bandsaw blades available on the market. The best blade for your specific needs will depend on the factors mentioned above.

Rockwell Model 14” Bandsaw Blade

A 14-inch bandsaw blade is a type of bandsaw blade that is designed for use on a 14-inch bandsaw machine. It is typically made from high-carbon steel or high-speed steel and has a tooth pitch of 14 teeth per inch (TPI). This tooth pitch is suitable for cutting a wide variety of materials, including wood, metal, and plastic.

Key Features of a 14-Inch Bandsaw Blade:

  • Durability: High-carbon steel and high-speed steel are both very durable materials that can withstand heavy use. This makes 14-inch bandsaw blades a good choice for professional and industrial applications.
  • Versatility: The 14 TPI tooth pitch is suitable for cutting a wide variety of materials, from thin sheets to thick bars. This makes 14-inch bandsaw blades a good choice for a variety of cutting tasks.
  • Precision: 14-inch bandsaw blades are very precise and can make accurate cuts. This is because the high-carbon steel or high-speed steel provides the blade with a sharp edge that can easily cut through materials.
  • Efficiency: 14-inch bandsaw blades are very efficient and can cut quickly and easily. This is because the high-carbon steel or high-speed steel provides the blade with a hard edge that can quickly penetrate materials.

Applications of a 14-Inch Bandsaw Blade:

14-inch bandsaw blades are a good choice for a wide variety of cutting applications, including:

  • Woodworking:
    • Ripping lumber: Cutting lumber lengthwise to create thinner pieces.
    • Crosscutting lumber: Cutting lumber across its width to create shorter pieces.
    • Cutting curves: Cutting curved shapes in wood.
    • Cutting delicate materials: Cutting delicate materials, such as veneer, with precision.
  • Metalworking:
    • Cutting metal pipes and tubes
    • Cutting metal sheets
    • Cutting structural steel beams
    • Cutting metal bars and rods
    • Cutting non-ferrous metals
  • Plastic cutting:
    • Cutting plastic sheets
    • Cutting plastic pipes and tubes

Choosing the Right 14-Inch Bandsaw Blade:

When choosing a 14-inch bandsaw blade, it is important to consider the following factors:

  • The type of material you are cutting: Different types of material have different hardness levels. Hardwood, such as steel, is harder than softwood, such as aluminum. You will need a blade with a higher tooth count for harder materials and a blade with a lower tooth count for softer materials.
  • The thickness of the material you are cutting: You will need a blade with a wider width for thicker material and a blade with a narrower width for thinner material.
  • The type of cut you are making: You will need a blade with a regular tooth set for straight cuts and a blade with a wavy tooth set for curved cuts.

Maintenance and Care of a 14-Inch Bandsaw Blade:

Proper maintenance and care of 14-inch bandsaw blades are important to extend their lifespan and ensure optimal cutting performance:

  • Clean the blade after each use: This will remove debris and prevent the blade from rusting.
  • Inspect the blade for damage: Regularly inspect the blade for cracks, wear, or missing teeth. Replace the blade if it becomes damaged.
  • Store the blade properly: Store the blade in a dry place to prevent rusting.

Here are a few examples of 14-inch bandsaw blades:

  • Supercut Bandsaw Blade, Carbon Tool Steel, 14-Inch x 1/2-Inch x 0.025-Inch x 14 TPI: This blade is made from high-carbon steel and is suitable for cutting a wide variety of materials, including wood, metal, and plastic.
  • Imachinist S64514 Bi-Metal Band Saw Blades 64-1/2″ X 1/2″ X 14tpi for Cutting Soft Ferrous Metal: This blade is made from bi-metal and has a variable tooth pitch, making it versatile for cutting both thin and thick materials.
  • Bosch BS6412-24M 64-1/2 In. 24 TPI Metal Cutting Stationary Band Saw Blade: This blade is made from high-carbon steel and is suitable for cutting a wide variety of metals, including mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.
  • Olson Bandsaw Blade, 10/12 TPI, 0.035″ Thickness: This blade is made from high-carbon steel and has a variable tooth pitch, making it suitable for both rough cutting and finishing work.

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