Any thoughts about what type of scrollsaw for my need. About power, tpi, blade atatchement type, speed of the blade,etc.
Bonejewlery(?) size of a matchbox or smaler.
Price from 100€ (130$). For continous use. I'd rather not wait for the engine to cool down...
As for type, they're all basically the same type, aren't they? If you mean model, I definitely wouldn't get the cheapest model out there, but my wants/needs don't call for a really expensive one either. Oh, I definitely would stay away from a pressed steel table model, mine is machined aluminum I believe; MUCH better. I got a modest priced one years ago, it'll take pin or pinless blades. Dunno the HP, but it's not a lot, 1/3d I think. For continuous use I'd probably want more power, but I've had no issues with mine. I use pin blades only, as most of my cutting with it are straight, or, usually, gentle curves. Works just as I want. If you're going to do a lot of tight curves, and small cuts, I've been given to understand that the pinless blades are what you want; I've got some, but they're a pain to put in for me, so I stick with pin blades. My TPI is rather coarse, for delicate cuts you want fine TPI. I could get by just fine with a fine tooth blade, but it would take longer to cut, and the coarse blades I use cut faster, and give a nice smooth cut, so that's what I use.
I probably wasn't a lot of help on this, but maybe gave you a few things to think about.
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