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Blades

Blades

Always pick the right blade for your project   Choosing the Right Teeth Use skip tooth blades when you need a fast cut and are not concerned about splintering on the bottom. Use reverse-tooth blades when you need a relatively fast cut that leaves a smoother surface on the bottom. […]

Product Review – Pégas Super Skip Blades

Product Review – Pégas Super Skip Blades

By Mindy Kinsey The new Super Skip blades from Pégas have wider gaps between the teeth than the normal skip-tooth configuration, creating a blade that cuts very quickly. In fact, these blades move so quickly that I had to turn the saw speed down while I got used to the […]

by November 9, 2016 Product Reviews
Product Review – Flying Dutchman #3/0 Spiral Blades

Product Review – Flying Dutchman #3/0 Spiral Blades

By Bob Duncan Flying Dutchman’s #3/0 spiral blades are the smallest spiral blades available. At 0.023″ diameter, these blades fit into the tightest frets. A common complaint about spiral blades is the inability to cut sharp corners. Due to the shape of the blades, the corners will always be a […]

by November 9, 2016 Product Reviews
Olson Mach Series Blades

Olson Mach Series Blades

Premium performance at standard pricing The new Mach Series scroll saw blades by the Olson Saw Company provide a middle ground between Olson’s Precision-Ground-Tooth (PGT) design and ordinary scroll saw blades. The Mach Series blades, like most scroll saw blades, are milled, which makes them more economical than the “ground” […]

by September 15, 2009 Product Reviews
Scroll Your Own Wooden Sunglasses

Scroll Your Own Wooden Sunglasses

Pay big bucks for wooden sunglasses? No way! Make your own for under $10 By Steve Carmichael Download the sunglasses pattern HERE. The first time I saw a pair of wooden sunglasses, I knew I had to make some. After lots of experimentation, I made several pairs that I can […]

How to Make a Beachy Sealife Puzzle

How to Make a Beachy Sealife Puzzle

Easy-to-cut design is a challenging tray puzzle By Ruth Chopp I live in Gig Harbor, Wash., and grew up playing on the beaches of Puget Sound and camping in the forest parks. That probably explains my passion for woodworking and sea life, which come together in this fun puzzle. The […]

by April 30, 2019 eNews: Short Cuts, Uncategorized
We Review the New Pégas Scroll Band Saw

We Review the New Pégas Scroll Band Saw

NEW Product Review:  The New Pégas Scroll Band Saw cuts wood up to 6 1/4″ thick with ease and accuracy By the Staff of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts This article originally appeared in Issue #75, Summer 2019. CLICK HERE to purchase our most recent issue. At a Glance $1,440 plus […]

by April 1, 2019 Product Reviews
How to Make Simple Wooden Air Plant Holders

How to Make Simple Wooden Air Plant Holders

Compound-cut cool cubbies for these popular plants By Sue Mey Exotic air plants seemingly thrive on oxygen alone, so they can be tucked into all kinds of cool containers. Show off your scrolling skills by making custom wooden holders for these popular plants. Because large pieces of wood won’t fit […]

Cake Toppers

Cake Toppers

Deck out a sweet surprise with an even sweeter homemade message By Kaylee Schofield Designed by Jon Deck Check out the full article in Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Issue #74.  Every victory, big or small, is an excuse for cake—and a birthday is a big victory, no matter how you […]

by December 20, 2018 Patterns, Spring Scrolling
Painting a Chinese Dragon Puzzle

Painting a Chinese Dragon Puzzle

Bring luck to your scroll saw with this take on a Chinese New Year classic By John A. Nelson   Get the pattern and check out the full article in Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Issue #74.  The dragon is a favorite of Tolkien-lovers, Game of Thrones fans, and students […]