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How To & Tips

Wood-Mizer Blade Spotlight: DoubleHARD

Field tested in demanding sawing applications throughout the world, Wood-Mizer DoubleHARD blades are the flagship and workhorse sawmill blade that sawyers have trusted for...

How to Replace a Sawmill Blade?

The Wood-Mizer “How-to” series includes the most essential technical advice on sawmill and woodworking machine maintenance. Whether you’re a professional sawmiller or a...

Why do sawmill blades break?

To increase sawmill blade life, there are eight significant reasons for premature sawmill blade rupture to look out for when operating a sawmill. How many hours does a...

Wood-Mizer Bandsaw Tooth Setters for Efficient Blade Maintenance

In the process of sawmilling, bandsaw blades do a tremendous job of cutting a log into valuable building material. To produce the best quality cants and boards out of every...

Wood-Mizer Bandsaw Blade Sharpeners - The Ultimate Tools for...

In recent LIVE video streams “Improve Your Blade Performance,” Wood-Mizer specialists showcased a range of machines for sharpening and setting sawmill blades. They advised how...

How to Choose a Sawmill Blade Profile

Using the best sawmill blade is key to increasing production, improving cut quality, and reducing your sawmilling or resawing operation costs. From green softwoods to abrasive...

How to Increase Sawmill Blade Life

Eliminate downtime and keep sawing with these 10 helpful tips to increase your bandsaw blade life expectancy.

How to select a sawmill blade

With hundreds of combinations based on profile and material, every Wood-Mizer sawmill blade tooth is precisely set by computer-controlled equipment and completely profile...

Mineral Oil For Your Sharpening Equipment

Clean mineral oil extends the life of your CBN grinding wheel. Using wrong kind of oil can damage your CBN wheel by clogging up it's fine surface. Once clogged, it may not be...

How to - Uncoil Sawmill Bandsaw Blades

Uncoiling bandsaw blades needs to be done correctly. Here is a quick, step-by-step guide to proper blade handling.