Would you like to improve your sawing knowledge and bandsaw performance efficiency?

Are you still considering whether a carbide saw blade is right for your business?  Do you know the difference between a bi-metal band saw and a tungsten carbide band saw? Expand your sawing knowledge with DoALL’s online webinar. If you're interested in making 2023 your most profitable year yet by increasing productivity and reducing costs you need to watch this. As we continue to navigate uncertain market conditions, it's more important than ever to ensure that your business is positioned to adapt and thrive.

Please join us Tuesday, March 28 at 2 pm (CST).

Get ready to learn!

  • Learn the difference between tungsten carbide and bi-metal band saw blades.
  • Learn how to choose the correct blade for your application.
  • Learn the basic formula for band sawing.

This webinar will be approximately 30 minutes. There will also be a Q&A session at the end where you can ask any questions you may have. 

Unable to join us live?

All registrants will receive an email with a link to the webinar recording once the live webinar finishes.

Click here to enroll (it’s free): https://bit.ly/DoALL_Webinar_3-28

Meet Our DoALL Speaker: Tim Piehel

Timothy Piehel is a Regional Sales Manager for DoAll Sawing Products. He has spent 35 years in the band sawing industry solving all types of band machine and blade applications. Tim is the co-founder of DoALL University which is a program to train operators on the fundamentals of cutting.  His knowledge comes from countless hours of working with old sawing specialists tapping on their “tribal knowledge” which was never written down. Armed with this knowledge he become known for his ability to take on and solve unique sawing situations with special machines, materials, and sawblades.

Tim has a son and daughter who are married and live in San Diego CA. He is a proud grandfather of two beautiful girls. When he is not working you can find him either riding his motorcycle or looking for golf balls that he hit and can’t find. He resides in Houston in what he calls his paradise backyard.