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44-7/8 in. 10/14 TPI Deep Cut Portable Bi-Metal Band Saw Blades (2-Pack) For M18 FUEL/Corded

  • Fits any band saw that takes a 44-7/8" blade
  • Delivers accurate cuts across a broad range of materials
  • Exceptional durability in metal-cutting applications
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Milwaukee 44-7/8 in. x 1/2 in. x 10/14 TPI Band Saw Blades (2-Pack) offer high flexibility, fast cutting and long blade life and are ideal for general purpose cutting of materials up to 5/16 in. thick. They are constructed with extremely hard and uniform tooth points that are electron-beam welded to a tough, durable backing. For use with portable band saws using 44-7/8 in. x 1/2 in. x 0.020 in. blades.
  • For use with band saws that take 44-7/8 in. x 1/2 in. blades
  • Bi-metal steel construction
  • Matrix II high-speed steel teeth with 8% cobalt
  • Pack contains 1 blade with 10 teeth per inch (TPI) and 1 blade with 14 TPI
  • For cutting materials 3/16 in. - 5/16 in. thick
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
7 in
Assembled Height (in.)
.75 in
Assembled Width (in.)
18 in
Blade Length (in.)
44-7/8 in
Blade Width (in.)
1/2"
Product Thickness (in.)
.02 in
Saw Blade Width
44.875 in

Details

Color Family
Silver
Material Cut
Multi-Purpose
Number in Package
2
Number of Teeth
538
Power Tool Accessory Type
Band Saw Blade
Returnable
90-Day
Saw Blade Material
High Speed Steel
Teeth Per Inch
10/14
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

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Milwaukee - Why don't you answer the 1st question - Why does the blade say 14/18 TPI. WE ALL Know...

Asked by 2busy2 December 27, 2019
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14/18 TPI refers to the teeth per inch TPI. In this case 14/18 means that the TPI varies between 14 and 18 TPI. This gives you a better cut by providing the best of both 14 and 18 TPI

what is thickness of blade?

Asked by Charlie December 13, 2019
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Junk! Harbor freight sells a better blade.

What is a 14/18 TPI blade? Does it have 14 TPI or 18 TPI? How does it differ from a 14 TPI blad...

Asked by Derek November 26, 2019
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Hi Derek! The lower TPI on a blade is the faster the blade will cut through the material. The higher the TPI on the blade the slower it will cut through a material. The higher TPI will result in a cleaner cut.

As far as the 10/14 designation, what do the 10 and 14 represent? How many teeth per inch does t...

Asked by Derfdog September 12, 2019
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It is a combination blade so it will cut a variety of materials. There is a set of teeth alternately spaced at 10 TPI and then a set spaced at 14 TPI. Has been a quality blade cutting both steel rod and aluminum.

does this blade fit cat.no.6225?

Asked by jim August 6, 2019
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Yes, I bought these band saw blades they work great !

How do these do with cast iron ? This is for people that have used these blades to cut cast iron how did it cut ?

Asked by Andrew July 16, 2019
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Not a good choice. You need to use 8 to 10 tpi, or the newer 8/10 tpi "Thick Metal" bands for cast iron.

what thickness is the blade

Asked by thomas February 18, 2019
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The blade is 1/2" wide and .020 thick.

Will these blades cut high carbon steel

Asked by Taxidermist November 1, 2018
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it will cut it and will run hot because there is not enough space between the teeth, may work better with a 14/18TPI

What other size blade will fit 10" craftmans band saw

Asked by Chief January 8, 2018
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Not sure the needed size but Most Craftsman tool require craftsman parts/consumables blades included (they usually use odd ball sizes only available from them)

will this fit a millwalkee 2729-20

Asked by mick June 27, 2017
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Yes.

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Customer Reviews

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High quality saw blades as all Milwaukee products I've used before. Say true, I don't need to cut...
High quality saw blades as all Milwaukee products I've used before. Say true, I don't need to cut a lot of high quality metal and I don't do it too often. So I cannot tell how long it will last for a professionals, but for me it will work forever. It's easy to install and it makes nice cuts. I am impressed by the cutting speed and easy operation. May be it's my mistake, but I use it cutting soft and hard plastic pipes too and it performs perfectly. Big thanks to the company from DIY people like me.
by Nadejda
Best I've used for cutting 1/2" thick mild steel. Built an entire elephant exhibit for the Ft. Wo...
Best I've used for cutting 1/2" thick mild steel. Built an entire elephant exhibit for the Ft. Worth Zoo using nothin' but a Milwaukee Cordless Band Saw with 14 tpi blades.
by Charles
These portable bandsaw blades will fit any portable bandsaw that accepts 44 7/8" blades. Which i...
These portable bandsaw blades will fit any portable bandsaw that accepts 44 7/8" blades. Which is good because my Miwaukee M18 bandsaw dissapeared and I had to use a corded version. They cut fine, especially on fine, thin metal, such as conduit and other thin metals. It cuts aluminum very well, too. I used it to cut a section of thin aluminum angle stock that would bend easily and it cut it without binding. Plus, this is a high quantity package with 25 blades, That reduces the cost per blade considerably. And these blades dispense from the package with no fuss!
by AZHawg
1 person found this helpful
This package is a real humdinger! It has 25 blades for those jobs that demand cut after cut. Bu...
This package is a real humdinger! It has 25 blades for those jobs that demand cut after cut. But I have found that you won't have to change blades as often with these fine ones from Milwaukee! These 8-10 TPI will cut just about any metal you have to cut, from iron pipe to motorcycle frames. I have even used these to make slices of wood for my smoker. They work in all portable bandsaws that accept 44 7/8" blades. Good thing, too because my M18 bandsaw developed legs and walked off. I just wish I had Milwakee's One Key attached to it, but that is another story. These blades just keep on cutting, and this has TWENTY-FIVE blades in a box!
by AZHawg
These blades are invaluable and well worth the investment. If you need a portable band saw the Milwaukee brand are great and their warranty matches any other product out there. Their blades stand up to a lot of cutting. I'd recommend ordering several tooth patterns and several packs because they do wear out and it's important to have some spares and different blades for different tasks.
by Roacher
1 person found this helpful
Very nice blades, well made, and heavy duty, and, they are made in the U.S.A.! If you have a dee...
Very nice blades, well made, and heavy duty, and, they are made in the U.S.A.! If you have a deep cut, portable band saw, and you need to cut thin metal, these 44 7/8 inch high speed steel bands are the blades you need, and when you buy the three pack, you save money! Tgey are best used for stainless steel pipe, sched 10 and 40 pipe, copper pipe, ridgid and EMT conduit, Inistrut, and Ducting.
by BadgerJack
Husband is a jack of all trades. He has used Milwaukee blades for several years without issues. T...
Husband is a jack of all trades. He has used Milwaukee blades for several years without issues. They fit perfectly, cut like butter through many metal applications. When used correctly, they give long lasting performance per blade which saves time and money. From experienced DYIs, Milwaukee gives great customer service, as well. Meets expectations. Fast shipping, well packaged and a good value.
by birdyk
Most of my sawing is on thinner wall tube, but sometimes I need to cut thick wall and solids. I t...
Most of my sawing is on thinner wall tube, but sometimes I need to cut thick wall and solids. I tried these 8/10 pitch blades on some 1-1/2 inch 304 stainless bar I was using for a project, and they worked beautifully. Sliced right through with a smooth cut. I did not notice the weld seam at all - no skipping or dragging, nothing. I mic'd it and the thickness at the weld is the same as the blade, so Milwaukee did a good job there. I've only cut through about 10 pieces of stainless bar, but the teeth are still razor sharp, and the last cut was as fast as the first cut. Definitely some good quality blades. Oh and they're made in the USA.
by LEDengineer
1 person found this helpful
I had no problem cutting through several dozen pieces of 2 inch diameter .120 DOM tube. The 12/14...
I had no problem cutting through several dozen pieces of 2 inch diameter .120 DOM tube. The 12/14 pitch cuts clean, and makes for a fast cut, about 30 seconds per tube. I also sliced up a few pieces of a 4x4 square .120 wall tube and it went through like butter. The blade's weld is good quality, flat, and ground to correct thickness. It is a little rough though, and I found that smoothing it quickly with some fine sandpaper helps a bit. But in general it doesn't catch / hiccup much when the weld goes through, it just cuts. So far there are no signs of early wear, the blade is still as sharp as ever. I usually use Morse brand blades, but I've been using more and more Milwuakee brand, and their quality seems to be very good.
by LEDengineer
1 person found this helpful
I use these on a Milwaukee M18 deep cut bandsaw mainly for cutting mild steel. I’d been using th...
I use these on a Milwaukee M18 deep cut bandsaw mainly for cutting mild steel. I’d been using the coarser tooth blades but I have to say I like the smoother edge I get with these. Of course they fit the saw well. One thing I noticed out of the box is the welds at the blade joints. I included a picture which can only illustrate so well but one thing you notice when you run a finger across the weld is how smooth it is on both sides. The finish is very good. I cant say the same for all the blades I have tried. I used some lenox blades (mainly because I broke one and needed one fast and they were 10 minutes away) and they are not bad blades but I don’t think they had quite the quality at the joint that these do. It just bespeaks an attention to detail. Anyway these hold up well and will give you a lot of cuts as long as you don’t do something that would break any blade like try to rush a cut and bind a blade.
by decman
1 person found this helpful
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