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Italy | Mantova
Year of Make: 2001
Italy | Mantova
Year of Make: 2001
Italy | Gargazzone
Find below the selection of Scroll Saws from top brands such as DELTA, RYOBI, ECLIPSE, HEGNER, KELIN, BLACK & DECKER, NOTABLE, JET, DREMEL, CRAFTSMAN and DEWALT at the best prices. Make a selection, compare prices and specs and buy the best deal.
Used for the cutting more intricate and complex joints and curves, a scroll saw, sometimes referred to as a sawscroll, can be electric or pedal operated. Amond the wood working saws, it is one of the popular saws with woodwork hobbyists which require little space and are safe and easy to use.
A scroll saw is capable of dealing with the kind of complex decorative work that a hand saw, coping saw or jigsaw cannot. Additionally, they can be used to cut dovetail joints. As the name implies, they have traditionally been used in the creation of scrollworks. In function, a scroll saw is similar to a band saw, but whereas a band saw is fitted with a blade on a continuous loop, a scroll saw uses blades resembling those of coping saws and functions by way of a reciprocating motion. With scroll saws it is not necessary to create an entry aperture for the blade at the edge of the item being worked on as the machine's blade can be removed and placed through a pre-drilled starting hole to make completely enclosed internal cuts. Such advantages allow for a considerable amount of leeway for creativity, giving rise to the popularity of this tool amongst woodworkers. When looking for a scroll saw for sale it's worth noting that there are a number of different types. The rigid arm scroll saw is no longer produced, but can still be found from time to time in a scroll saw sale. Today's most common design has the motor attached near the back of the arms, which always remain parallel in relation to each other, leading to the machine being referred to as a parallel arm saw. The C arm saw has the motor mounted between the two ends of a C shaped arm. The parallel link saw has movable articulated arms holding the blade. Scroll saws are categorized according to the size of the distance between the blade and the rear frame. This is called the throat, and determines how large the scroll saw wood workpiece can be. Scroll saw blades are generally around 12.7 cm in length and are divided into a number of major types; skip tooth, double skip tooth, crown (2 way), spiral, reverse tooth, ultra-reverse, metal cutting and diamond.
There are three major considerations to take into account when choosing a scroll saw for sale. Basic cut outs do not require a machine with too many features, but if you are looking at doing intricate woodworking then it's best to go with something that is of a higher spec. For professional work a high end model is desirable. You also need to look at the speed of the model. These will be of slow, medium and high ranges. Flexibility and dust disposal are also worth looking into. To find the best scroll saw for you, a look at an online used scroll saw auction is advisable. Here you will be able to view all kinds of makes and models and more easily decide which is the most suitable for your needs. Additionally, online auctions are the best way to find a good cheap scroll saw, saving you money while ensuring you receive the maximum value for your outlay. Scroll saws tend to be well looked after by their owners and only replaced for upgrading purposes, so you can end up with a real bargain which may last you for years.
There are a number of different scroll saw brands available on the market today. The best scroll saws are generally considered to be those manufactured by ECLIPSE, HEGNER and NOTABLE. However, many scroll saw operators consider the SCHEPPACH brand to be the one to turn to when it comes to quality scroll saws that are also affordable. That company's SD1600F 230V Variable Speed Hobby Scroll Saw is very versatile, solid and easy to use and comes with a with a 103 piece accessory set. The DEWALT DW 788 scroll saw is among the most preferred currently available on the market, and is an especially sought after item amongst those looking for a high quality used scroll saw. It is aimed primarily at the hobbyist and semi-professional and is easily set up and used straight away. The DREMEL MS20-01 Moto-Saw Variable Speed Compact Scroll Saw is also extremely popular amongst hobbyists. The Excalibur X-21 is a mid-sized model with some unusual and different features and a very high level of blade control. The JET JSS-16 Benchtop Variable Speed Scroll Saw is noted for its power, efficient dust port and blower to keep the cutting line easily seen. Other brands to watch out for on the used scroll saw market include DELTA, RYOBI, CRAFTSMAN, KELIN and BLACK & DECKER, whose BT4000 Scroll Saw is particularly well designed, quiet and easy to adjust.