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SEARS 1/3 HP 10" Bandsaw
 
SEARS 1/3 HP 10" Bandsaw
  
What's the model number?
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What's the model number? Not on the case:  all it says is Sears Craftsman?
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Looks like blade length depends on model:
 
Looks like blade length depends on model:
 
http://www.toolcenter.com/BLADES_TO_SIZE.html
 
http://www.toolcenter.com/BLADES_TO_SIZE.html
  
GOD DAMN SEARS does not show blade length on their website!!!!
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From the Bandsaw case:
 
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56 7/8ths inch long blade, 1/4 or 1/8th inches wide
For replacement blades we need high tooth count (at least greater than 10 TPI) for cutting things other than wood (plastic, circuit boards, sheet metal).
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'''<pre>
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Specifications
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Product Overview:
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For replacement blades we need high tooth count (at least greater than 10 TPI) for cutting things other than wood (plastic, circuit boards, sheet metal).
Band Saw Type: Bench Top Band Saw
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Item Weight: 77.1 lbs.
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Blade:
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Width: 1/8 in. - 1/2 in.
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Length: 70-1/2 in.
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General Features:
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Miter: Yes
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Saw Type: Band saw
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Table Dimensions: 12-3/8 x 13-3/4 in.
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Table Material: Cast iron
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Table Movement: Tilt
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Table Tilt Range: Left 0-45 deg.
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Cutting Tool:
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Blade Width Range: 1/8 to 1/2 in.
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Depth Of Throat: 9-5/8 in.
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Motor-Engine:
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Amps: 3.5
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Horsepower: 0.33 hp
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Speed Range FPM: 2780 fpm
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Voltage: 120 volts
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Convenience:
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Dust Collection: 2-1/2 in. dust port
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Tasklight: No
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Installation Requirements:
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Setup: Assembly may be required
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Included with Item:
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Miter Gauge: Yes
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Rip Fence: Yes
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Saw Blade(s): Yes
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Stand: No
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</pre>'''
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Revision as of 15:39, 15 May 2010

SEARS 1/3 HP 10" Bandsaw

What's the model number? Not on the case: all it says is Sears Craftsman?

Looks like blade length depends on model: http://www.toolcenter.com/BLADES_TO_SIZE.html

From the Bandsaw case: 56 7/8ths inch long blade, 1/4 or 1/8th inches wide

For replacement blades we need high tooth count (at least greater than 10 TPI) for cutting things other than wood (plastic, circuit boards, sheet metal).

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