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DEWALT Portable Band Saw Blade, 44-7/8-Inch, .020-Inch, 14 TPI, 3-Pack (DW3982)

8% Cobalt Content For Added Durability & Wear, Rc 65-67, 44-7/8-Inch, 3-Pack (Dw3982); Heat And Wear Resistance, .020-Inch, 14 Tpi

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  • Designed with Matrix II high-speed steel edges that provides resistance against heat
  • Made of high-quality Cobalt content that provides an extended durability
  • Features Alloy steel backer that makes it fatigue resistant


  • May not be flexible enough

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Analysis of 94 reviews for DEWALT Portable Band Saw Blade, 44-7/8-Inch, .020-Inch, 14 TPI, 3-Pack (DW3982)


BestViewsReviews analyzed 3,333 reviews for 18 products in the Band Saw Blades category.


We analyzed a total of 94 reviews for this product out of which, 62 reviews were received in the last 6 months.


The analysis indicates that around 100% reviews were positive while around 0% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for DEWALT Portable Band Saw Blade, 44-7/8-Inch, .020-Inch, 14 TPI, 3-Pack (DW3982)


This product received a total score of 9.11 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:

  • Size
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  • Value for money
  • Compatibility
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  • Longevity
  • Easy to use
  • Users of this product said

    I've tried every tooth combination on the market and for most of my stuff, 14 tpi blades are the best.

    I used 14 TPI for cutting 465 aluminum on a Milwaukee portaband and it was the best cutting and smoothest running I have ever seen.

    I couldn't be happier with these blades, they're a lot cheaper than the ones I used to buy from Fastenal, and work just as well.

    I was very satisfied with the purchase and the price, and the quality of the steel stayed sharp even cutting harder steels than regular mild.

    The blades have no flex, making them great for cutting even the hardest of metals.

    Question & Answers


    Is it a bimetal blade?


    It has m42 cutters which is a cobalt enriched version of high speed steel.


    Which place are they made at?


    The package says it's from DeWalt, and it's from mfg's in Mexico and Canada, as well as a repeat of the DeWalt'made from---' line.


    Is the blades included?


    There are (3) 14TPI blades in DW3982.


    Will this blade fit a d28770 dewalt electric band saw?


    The owner's manual says this is the correct blade for the D28770.


    Are they compatible with the Milwaukee 6236N 44-7/8-Inch bands?


    I think you mean they are similar, Milwaukee's, I have never been given a sales pitch but I might tell them you 'had some on hand, will they work'.

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