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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
Full Moon Nightlight

Full Moon Nightlight

Enjoy the harvest moon year ’round By Deb Nicholson  This nightlight, which combines basic woodworking with fretwork accents, makes a nice accent piece for the evening. The frosted spray and black paint on the acrylic plastic diffuse the light and give the full moon a subtle glow. If you would […]

by September 17, 2018 Uncategorized
Prancing Reindeer Intarsia

Prancing Reindeer Intarsia

This flying marvel will have no trouble getting up onto the rooftop By Judy Gale Roberts Flying reindeer are as essential to the holidays as Santa himself; songs, classic cartoons, and even poems pay homage to these sprightly creatures. This intarsia design, caught at the moment of takeoff, is my […]

by September 5, 2018 Projects, Uncategorized, Winter Scrolling
Product Review: The Best Beginner Saw

Product Review: The Best Beginner Saw

We broke blades, burned wood, and said a few bad words. But we still think this scroll saw is the best on the market in the under $200 category By Jon Deck, Bob Duncan, Mindy Kinsey, and Kaylee Schofield Widely available, reasonably priced, and tricked out with a stand and […]

The Pitch

The Pitch

Capture the feeling of Opening Day with this classic fretwork baseball scene By Jacob and Wayne Fowler   While baseball season is in full swing, this fretwork design captures that moment where the pitcher winds up, the batter focuses on the ball, and the catcher waits for the ball to […]

by May 23, 2018 Patterns, Spring Scrolling
Hacking a Porter Cable Scroll Saw

Hacking a Porter Cable Scroll Saw

Make blade changes faster and easier for a couple dollars and 20 minutes in the shop By Bob Duncan The partially free-floating blade clamps on the Porter Cable scroll saw make it a challenge to change blades. But with a few tools and basic hardware, you can make them stay where […]

by May 23, 2018 Shop Tips
Midwest Scroll Saw and Woodworking Trade Show

Midwest Scroll Saw and Woodworking Trade Show

This year’s event promises classes, demos, door prizes, contests, and more Get ready for the 20th Midwest Scroll Saw & Woodworking Trade Show, held on Aug. 3-4, 2018, at the Dubuque County Fairgrounds (14569 Old Hwy. Rd., Dubuque, IA 52002)! This show is a great way for scrollers of all […]

by May 21, 2018 News