Maybe that is all that Tuffsaws do, I didn’t really think about it - I just recall Ian saying that as I had stated it was an Inca, they would send the blades the correct way round.I’ve heard that said a few times, is there any reason you wouldn’t just turn it inside out?
Absolutely agree. The smaller 350 watt bandsaws are quoted to cut about 120 mm but they must mean cutting polystyrene ! I have an old Multico and had to put a 2 HP motor into it to cut 50 mm hardwood. I soon get fed up with the slow speed so I splurged on a Hammer NS 4400 with a 4 HP motor. This is the ideal scenario and I keep a fine 14 tpi blade in the Multico and a coarse 3 tpi blade in the Hammer. Power is everything in a bandsaw so I would aim for something above 750 watt at least.Make sure you are not restricting your ambitions, a larger saw will cut smaller but a small saw cannot cut larger and if you have space you get a lot more choice with floor standing ones.
I don’t have the fine adjuster and agree it would be very handy - I find myself nudging the fence to fine adjust a cut quite often.Sorry to add to the list, but if you can find a fine adjuster https://incamachines.com/english/inca-348-182-02-micro-adjuster-342-186-euro-260-bandsaw.html, you will find this worth it. I use mine all the time.