What brand of scroll saw blades are the best?
I'm tasked with cutting out 36 8.5 x 11 jigsaw puzzles
out of 1/4" birch ply.
I was in the blue borg last night and their selection totaled
Vermont American and Dremel.
I got a couple of packs of the Dremels and they dull very
quickly, possibly good for cutting styrofoam if your not
in a hurry.
Tryt Olsen blades. They are widely available, though not at the Big
Box stores. Better suppliers will have them in great variety of
configurations, i.e., tpi, round, double cutting, etc.
including On Tue, 2 Mar 2010 07:15:42 -0600, "basilisk"
Same here. I thin that Mikes web shop is this:
For some things (thin brass sheets etc.) jewellery blades are pretty nice
(please use eye protection, bits and pieces are going to fly) and very
cheap (something like 7 USD per gross). My last batch is from here:
Thanks for all the replies, I'm going to get some Olsens
and possibly order some of the flying dutchman,
Up to now I've never done any production scroll sawing,
I need better blades for this kind of work.
Had a bunch of Olsen and they were ok. After reading some posts about
blades a year or so ago, went and got Flying Dutchman blades and they're
I got mine here: http://www.scrollsawbladespatterns.com /
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