What is proxxon scroll saw

What kind of blade does a proxxon scroll saw use?

Play it safe with PROXXON quality saw blades: "Super-Cut" scroll saw blades without pins. 130mm. For cutting hard and soft woods, plastic, Perspex and soft non-ferrous metal. Hard materials such as steel and PERTINAX. Spiral blade. 130mm long with plain ends (without pins).

Which is the best scroll saw for pattern work?

If you enjoy pattern work, shop for a scroll saw with blades that can be inserted in two directions and variable speeds to allow for greater control. The WEN 3921 Scroll Saw is our top pick for a scroll saw for patterns. This scroll saw accepts both pinned and pinless blades, allowing you the choice of blade type.

How does a scroll saw work on a work table?

A scroll saw is, in essence, a powered fret saw or coping saw. A short blade runs through a hole in a work table. The blade is supported at top and bottom by an arm. The arm moves up and down at high speed, creating the sawing action. The work piece is fed into the blade, guided by the operator's hands.

What's the turning point on a scroll saw?

Once the blade reaches a turning point of 90° or larger, draw the wood back towards you to move the blade back through the line that has already been cut. Turn the wood around so that the blade is facing the adjacent line, and continue cutting and guiding your project past the blade.

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