Laguna Resaw King Carbide Blade 115" x 3/4" x 2-3 TPI

SKU LAGUNA RK075-01-115

The Resaw King is the ideal blade for anyone cutting hardwoods or exotics, providing ultra smooth cut quality with minimal material loss.

If you're interested in maximizing the yield of expensive veneer grade woods and reducing the sanding necessary to create a finished surface while cutting through thick, heavy stock like a knife going through hot butter, this is the blade for you. 

Blade Length: 115" (Fits Laguna 14/12 & LT14BX Bandsaws)
Blade Width: 3/4"
Teeth: 2-3 TPI  Carbide Tip

All Resaw King Blades can be resharpened for a fraction of the cost of buying new.

Normal bandsaw blades use a hooked tooth design, with a set on each tooth that creates a larger kerf and leaves a rough cut. The Resaw King looks more like a table saw blade with its carbide tipped teeth that are individually brazed and ground to perfection on a stress crack resistant Swedish silicon steel backing. 

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Gabriella O.
Canada Canada
Worthwhile investment

This blade is everything it claims to be. Cuts through hardwood like butter and cuts straight every time. It was simplicity itself to get it set up and aligned on my Laguna 14BX bandsaw. Very glad I bit the bullet and invested in this resaw blade. It is expensive but worth it.

Trevor W.
Canada Canada
Resaw king

First one I received had a bad weld. The Marson Team reached out to Laguna on my behalf and had a warranty replacement on the way in less than an hour. The second blade cuts like a dream.

Manfred L.
Canada Canada
Laguna Resaw King Carbide Blade - 115 x 3/4"

This blade worked extremely well slicing a 2”x 8” zebra wood board into very thin 3/32 veneers. It cut straight and fairly smooth with just some light sanding required afterward. The extra cost for the carbide blade is worth every dollar. By the way, I could only get around 8 slices with a steel blade before it got dull and wouldn’t cut straight anymore.