I have broken all my bandsaw blades, so it is time to buy some more. Any recommendations on what tooth size and width would be appropriate for cutting 1/8" wall aluminum?
UPDATE: A reader who can't win the battle with the comment procedure writes:
The "rule of thumb" on bandsaw/hacksaw blades is that you want at least 3 teeth in the cut. If your blade has a coarser pitch than, say 24TPI, it won't do real well when cutting 1/8" material. IE: 1/8" is equivilant to 8 teeth per inch, times 3 equals 24 TPI. You might get away with a bit coarser blade than that if you control the feed very carefully.