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My son had bought some used woodworking tools. He is trying to figure out what size of blade to buy for a Power Kraft model TDR2354 jig saw/scroll saw. I've not had any luck finding any parts for Power Kraft tools. Does anyone know of a website or store where we can find out the blade size and where blades can be bought.

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Barnesm,

Powr-Kraft was Montgomery Wards powertool line. There are a few different manufacturers who made these tool lines.

I have a 1935 powr-Kraft scroll saw and it uses 5-1/4 inch plain end blades. I've also cut a coping saw blade to fit it as well.

go to owwm.com and search the pictures of the powerkraft saws. Maybe someone will have a year/manufacturer and you can find out even more info.

http://vintagemachinery.org/mfgindex...2&th=false&fl=

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VintageMachinery.org - Photo Index - Powr-Kraft - 74-TBM-2354A

Does it look like this one?

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Thanks for the reply. I will show the picture to my son and see if that is it.
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Doug,

My son said his did not look anything like the one in the pic. He said from measuring from top to bottom it appears to be about a 3" blade with pins at both ends. Any ideas where to get blades that might fit it?

He did confirm the model number --- TDR2354.
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Barnesm,

The only pin blades I know of are 5". Rick Hutcheson at Rick's Scrollsaw has a huge selection of old scrollsaws, and he's a pretty nice guy who answers questions that are emailed to him.

You might want to give him a try.

Best of luck on your quest!

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Doug,

My son said his did not look anything like the one in the pic. He said from measuring from top to bottom it appears to be about a 3" blade with pins at both ends. Any ideas where to get blades that might fit it?

He did confirm the model number --- TDR2354.
Here is a link to ace hardware. They seem to have a 3" pin end blade.
3" Scroll Saw Blade; 15 Tpi

Also do a google search for scroll saw blade 3".

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Thanks Doug and Al. My son found some 3" blades to fit the saw at Ace Hardware.

We appreciate your help.

Have a wonderful day!

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Doug,

My son said his did not look anything like the one in the pic. He said from measuring from top to bottom it appears to be about a 3" blade with pins at both ends. Any ideas where to get blades that might fit it?

He did confirm the model number --- TDR2354.
i hAVE THE SAME SAW DREMEL HAS THEM BLADES DREMEL MIRCO SAW BLADES ARE THE SAME SIZE THERE LIKE 2/34 NOT 3" THEY WILL FIT THE MONTGOMERY WARD POWER CRAFT MODEL TDR2357
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