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Anyone here use the Woodmizer Maxflex blades?




I was chatting with an owner of Logosol 1001 and he stated he ditched the Bacho 33mm wide Blades Logosol recommends in favour for the Maxflex 38mm wide blades. Which ironically provided less flex and eliminated his wavey cut.  

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You should try Ripper37 blades from Dakin-Flathers, much better than the Woodmizer ones.



The Ripper37 Sawmill Bandsaw Blade is a premium blade for primary wood processing, timber-ripping and resaw applications. The professional sawyers’ choice.


They don't sell direct to the public but Stephen Cull sells them online. They do all the different widths and thicknesses, I'd give him a call. He also does a resharp service too.



Get all your Ripper37 sawmill blades, bandsaw blade resharpening, Wood-Mizer sawmill servicing and sawmill training service from Stephen Cull BladeMaster. Call now...




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