Heh – guess I didn’t read the manual closely enough! Thanks for that – will have a look out for it.
BTW, I’m going to work on a new circle cutting jig in the near future – taking the idea beyond simply banging a nail into a board. Not that the nail idea doesn’t work well, but I’m sure there is a neater way of doing it!
I haven’t rewatched the episode, but i don’t think I said anything about 14 or 16 TPI blades. What the Triton appears to be limited to, is a minimum blade size of 1/8″. The tooth count has no effect on whether a bandsaw can handle the blade or not. What I was wanting to mount was a 14 or 16 TPI 1/16″ blade, and it is this parameter that seems to be the limiting factor.
Neither the 8″ or 12″ Triton bandsaws can manage a 1/16″ blade (and it is a pretty uncommon blade at that. Sure, you can get one made, and pretty cheaply, but it is rare for anyone to want one. Apparently.