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Engineered Flooring

When it comes to manufacturing engineered flooring, we make the blades needed with precision runout and kerf accuracy for each application. 

Whether you’re ripping for core layers or double arbor splitting for lamellas, our thin-kerf glue line rip blades give you guaranteed accuracy. When kerf is critical for wire saws, our blades have a special tooth profile for inserting plastic or metal wire and our automatic cutoff sawblades ensure high-speed cutoff with a special grade carbide for sawing through knots.

Engineered for speed and durability, our moderately thin kerf ripsaw blades are the sweet spot between run time and yield recovery.  From concept to service, we’re here to help every step of the way with our 40 years of experience.

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Stages of Production

We know your applications and what they demand. Learn more about getting the right tools for the job.

We Work With the Very Best

"Here at Appalachian Lumber, we strive to produce the highest quality products possible. In order to produce a high quality part in the wood products industry, it is imperative you have the highest quality saws available. 


We have been a huge fan of Super Thin Saws from day one. Over the years we have used many different saw manufactures for many applications but none that measure up to Super Thin when cut quality and saw lifespan is considered. 


Super Thin stands out in a few areas where other companies don’t. First, the customer service is unlike many other tooling companies. Every time you call you will be able to speak with someone who is knowledgeable and can answer any questions you may have. Secondly, the quality of the saws are great, no matter your application and even after sharpening multiple times, the saws continues to preform very well. Lastly, Super Thin saves me time and money because of the longevity of the saws. Super Thin saws run much longer than most other companies while still producing a high quality cut. This reduces expensive down time and saves on labor cost."

- Jackson Church

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