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    I am relatively new to woodworking, but so far I’m enjoying using the scroll saw, band saw, and Dremel tool to cut and design intricate details into wood for patterns used on various projects. I make a lot of small craft pieces to paint and use as home decor items!

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  1. Thank you all very much for the advice! I will shoot for a higher TPI, and get a zero clearance throat set up. I will put the stock through slower, and even try the tape option. I will also stay away from any "Hook" blades and stick to the standard. Hopefully I will get the desired results with this! Thank you so much!
  2. Hello all! I'm a total newbie here. I'm new to working with Bandsaws, and have a simple question (hopefully). I am currently working on a few different projects that requires many many small pieces of wood (1/4"T x 6.75"L x 1/2"W) I am using 1/4" Sandeply Plywood as it is cheap and perfect for what I am using it for. However, my current bandsaw blade is rather low on the TPI scale (6TPI) and is causing a TON of tearout. I am just wondering what is the preferred blade to have little to no tearout on this super thin soft plywood. Also, do I need a regular tooth, skip tooth, o