Australian Wood Review

Wikus 19mm Bandsaw Blade

Like most woodworkers I make regular use of my bandsaw, a hefty 70 year old Australian made Barker. I switched to carbide tipped blades long ago because many Australian timbers are merciless on anything else, and ply, MDF and particleboard kill carbon steel in no time.

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