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first thing get good blade's here is the link Mike's Workshop selling Flying Dutchman brand fret and scrollsaw blades Also when you start . If you don't know why the saw doesn't saw streight ? The blades are punch out and have blade set only on one side. That is the reason so don't think their is simething wrong with the saw. FYI good luck I use a 18" hagner scroll saw here
Thanks Del! If I get this thing running smooth I will get some of those blades...

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ACE hardware/HD/Lowes,, ACE has just about any size you need,,,it looks like 3/16" or 1/4" will do it, it comes in 12" sticks the norm.

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Nice job on the restoration!

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Mike sells good blades that is where I get all of mine.
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HI Lou

I use mike's blades also but here's a little tip if you pickup some pin type scroll coping hand saw blades and cut the pins off they work great in the scroll saw and they say sharper and will last longer cutting plywood,hardwood,etc. hand type blades are thicker and are made for hvy duty work the norm..when you pickup some pickup some metal cutting blades also and do the same thing cut off the pins..that way you can cut Alum. and light steel with your scroll saw..
you will be amazed how easy it is to cut a strait line with the coping saw blades install on your scroll saw ,almost like a band saw..


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Hi Bj thank you for the tip I will have to try that out.
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those will have teeth set on both side's of the blade. i belive . Like was said they will cut in a streight line with having to keep pushing the wood to get it to go streight.

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Thanks for all the replies! This month has been very busy and I have not been able to do much with the scroll saw. I have been able to get it running, and it works great! I will post some pictures of the completed saw as soon as I can. Thanks again for all your input! BTW I found a really cool scroll saw pattern for xmas reindeer using a scroll saw. I thought you all might like it!

Carving a 3D reindeer ornament on the scrollsaw

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Thanks Kristofer

That's neat :, just in time for Xmax..

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Thanks for all the replies! This month has been very busy and I have not been able to do much with the scroll saw. I have been able to get it running, and it works great! I will post some pictures of the completed saw as soon as I can. Thanks again for all your input! BTW I found a really cool scroll saw pattern for xmas reindeer using a scroll saw. I thought you all might like it!

Carving a 3D reindeer ornament on the scrollsaw



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Thanks for the link Kristofer! Those look really cool to make.
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