How to measure bandsaw blade length, with Austin
Austin demonstrates how to properly measure your bandsaw blade length with a tape measure and a marker. Before you begin make sure you have proper safety gloves and protective eyewear on while handling the blade. Mark your bandsaw blade at the weld. Put the mark at the beginning of the tape measure. Next, walk your bandsaw blade rolling it until the mark hits the ground again. Where the mark ends is how long your bandsaw blade is.
Our bandsaw saw blades come in a variety of lengths, widths, thicknesses, and tooth configurations. In order to determine bandsaw blade length for your saw, please reference our Bandsaw Blade Wizard on any of the blade pages on sawblade.com. If your saw or model is not in the wizard, This video will teach you how to determine bandsaw blade length. You will need a tape measure, marker, and some floor space.
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