Bandsaw Blade Sharpeners and Tooth Setters

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Bandsaw Blade Sharpeners and Tooth Setters

Sawmill blades perform at their peak when they have been properly sharpened and set with professional sawmill blade maintenance equipment. A sharp and accurately set sawmill blade cuts faster, produces more accurate lumber, and saves time and fuel. That’s why Wood-Mizer manufactures a professional line of sawmill bandsaw blade sharpeners and tooth setters to help your bandsaw mill blades deliver maximum performance with each cut. Browse our complete line of sawmill blade sharpeners and tooth setters engineered to sharpen and set multiple sawmill blade brands and profiles.Get more news about Band Saw Blade Grinder Machine,you can vist our website!

Designed for hobbyists and sawyers in rural areas, the compact, entry-level BMS25 runs on a 12V battery and is able to sharpen a variety of blade profiles at a rate of 30 teeth per minute - up to 5 times faster than comparable sharpeners.

The BMS250 bandsaw blade sharpener is made for the professional who needs to maintain their sawmill blades with time-saving, assured accuracy.

The BMS500 bandsaw blade sharpener is made for larger production sawmills that need to maintain sawmill blades with time-saving, assured accuracy.

Sharpen and set 1" to 1.5" wide sawmill blades in one machine with the efficient, space saving BMST50 sawmill bandsaw blade sharpener and tooth setter. Includes machine and tooth set gauge. Grinding wheel and oil sold separately.

Sharpen and set blades up to 2" wide with the BMS250 Bandsaw Blade Sharpener and BMT250 Automatic Dual Tooth Setter combo bundle. This sharpener and setter package is designed for the professional that needs to maintain bandsaw blades with time-saving, assured accuracy.

Sharpen and set blades up to 3" wide with the BMS500 Bandsaw Blade Sharpener and BMT250 Automatic Dual Tooth Setter combo bundle. This sharpener and setter package is designed to suit the blade maintenance requirements of larger production sawmill operations.

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