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Steel Used For Wide Bandsaws

Uddeholm Steel – Proudly Used For All Oleson Saw Technology Band Saw Blades At Oleson Saw Technology, we use exlusively Uddeholm steel for all of our wide band saw blades. Voestalpine, who manufactures “000 Uddeholm 000″ steel, has assured customers that they strive to keep 3-4 months of inventory on hand for each and every […]

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What Is The Arbor of a Saw Blade?

Numerous industries rely on the precision and stability of a miter saw to complete cuts through a variety of substrates, most notably wood. A miter’s circular saw blade uses a feature called the arbor for appropriate fitting and security. It’s crucial to know your saw’s arbor requirements, but sometimes it can be difficult to understand the […]

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Complete Guide to Sawmills

Most people take wood products for granted. Everywhere we go, wood somehow influences our lives. Wood sits behind the scenes of our walls and supports the roof over our heads. We walk on wood floors, hold wood handrails and enjoy the beauty of exposed wood beams and millwork. We even view artwork displayed in wood […]

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How is it Made? Band Saw Manufacturing

Ever wonder how we make our large band saw blades for sawmills? Here’s a quick overview on our manufacturing process! Utilizing Advanced Band Saw Manufacturing Processes for Superior Results We were the first to introduce water jet cutting to produce the tooth geometry on band saws. Tooth geometry is cut into the band saw blade […]

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History of the Circular Saw

Today we’d like to pay some well-earned honor to one of the most important inventions in our industry (particularly the lumber-processing part of it): the circular saw. Like many products of the industrial revolution, the history of the circular saw is a story founded on legend as much as fact — both of which are equally as interesting. What […]

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