A 14 Inch Bandsaw Is a Versatile Woodworking Tool

If you’re looking for a versatile band saw, you can’t go wrong with this 14 inch model. It comes with enough power to cut large workpieces and has a spacious table for all your woodworking needs.

One thing you will notice right away about this 14 inch band saw is that it has an excellent blade tension indicator which helps you set the correct blade tension. This is important if you’re doing precision cuts and other high accuracy work.


A 14 inch band saw is one of the most versatile tools in your woodworking arsenal. It can be used to cut a variety of materials, including wood or metal, in either curves or straight lines.

The cutting power of a band saw depends on two main factors: the motor and blade speed. A powerful motor will allow you to cut hard materials at fast speeds while a slow blade speed will prevent tear-out or burns when cutting soft material.

If you’re looking for a strong and capable 14 inch band saw, WEN’s 3966T band saw is an excellent choice. It offers a powerful 1 1/2 hp motor with 9.5 amps of output and 2 speeds, allowing it to cut up to 8.85 inches thick and 13-3/8 inches wide boards. However, what really sets this band saw apart is the extra features like a work light, versatile vac port, and plenty of guides.


A 14 inch bandsaw will allow you to rip and crosscut larger pieces of wood. It also can be used for curved or decorative cuts.

Some models tilt on one or more directions to make angled cuts easier. Some portable models don’t have tables at all.

A good quality saw will have a table that tilts and supports your cutting material. Some tables are wider than others, and some tilt only on one direction. You should also choose a saw that comes with ball-bearing blade guides, which help keep the blade on your cut line and extend its life.


A bandsaw fence can be an important tool for achieving accurate cuts. Not all band saw fences are created equal, so it’s important to choose a model that works well with your band saw and is easy to use.

Fortunately, there are many bandsaw fence options that meet these criteria. These include the Powertec BS900RF, which adjusts to the blade’s drift angle for added accuracy.

This versatile band saw fence allows you to make a wide variety of parallel and straight cuts. It also eliminates the “drift” that most blades create, which can cause the band saw to miss its target.

Grizzly Industrial’s H7587 Complete Resaw Fence System is an improved version of a standard band saw fence. It allows you to lower and rise the fence in seconds, making it easier to resaw thicker boards into thinner planks. It also fits a variety of 14 inch band saws, including those from Grizzly and other brands.

Dust collection

A dust collection system is essential to your shop’s safety, productivity and machine longevity. They clean the air of dust, chips and flakes that are created during the woodworking process.

For single tools, standard shop vacuums and extractors equipped with a hose adapter like the Dust Right FlexiPort Connectors are typically sufficient. For larger tools, stationary equipment, or collection running through a system of longer ducts, you’ll want to consider a collector with more power.

Using a cyclone separator in conjunction with your dust collection helps separate larger, coarser debris from finer powders and flakes. The cyclone uses airflow to speed up the process, trapping exhaust and lowering the temperature of hot particles before they enter the collection system.

For a duct-based dust collection network, it’s important to channel the airflow from each tool so that peak CFM is maintained. This is usually done by incorporating blast gates into the design, which are simple sliding doors that fit between two sections of pipe.