Scroll Saws

Many woodworkers will never use a scroll saw, but these tools are very useful for specialty work such as inlay and marquetry, fretwork, instrument making and for detailing period furniture and architectural millwork. What Counts: • Blade alignment •
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  • Choosing and Using a Scroll SawChoosing and Using a Scroll Saw

    by Paul Schürch

    Scroll saws are not just for hobbyists who make fretwork, bookends, and knickknacks. Professional furniture maker Paul Schürch uses his to rough out dovetails, ...

  • Getting the Most from a Scroll SawGetting the Most from a Scroll Saw

    by Spider Johnson

    A scroll saw is good for a lot more than making knickknacks for the county fair. Spider Johnson uses his to cut a wide range of materials. He explains what a scroll ...

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PS Wood Machines - 21-in. Scroll Saw

This scroll saw from PS Wood Machines is constructed of die-cast aluminum and features a belt-based speed changing system.

Dremel - Scroll Saw Station 1800

(3 user reviews)

Dremel’s scroll saw station features an 18-in. throat depth, LED worklight, and a flexible blower to keep the table clean during use.

Delta - Scroll Saw 40-680

(1 user review)

Delta’s 20-in. scroll saw features wrench-free blade changing and built-in dust collection.

DeWalt - Scroll Saw DW788

(3 user reviews)

The 20-in. scroll saw from DeWalt features quick blade changing and a flexible dust blower to keep the table clean during use.

Grizzly Industrial - Scroll Saw G0537

(2 user reviews)

This scroll saw from Grizzley features a 21-7/8-in. throat depth and a variable-speed motor.

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