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    I am new to scrolling and I would like to find a chart or sheet that wil show the different blades. What they are used for and if there is any spiecal blades for any given material. At this time I have been in 3/4 pine and 1/8 plywoods.
    Jim R

  • #2
    here is a chart that may help you. good luck with your scrolling...joe


    • #3
      Thanks Ceeya.. It will help me..
      I have to get me some more blades it looks like



      • #4
        There's also some useful info on Mike's site about blade selection -

        Scrolling with a Dewalt 788


        • #5

          I've been scrolling on and off for a few years, nothing serious. Just bought a new scroll saw and trying to learn about the different blades and use. I would like to see a thread on what your favorite blades are that you use most. That would give us newbies an idea of what is popular. thanks


          • #6
            Welcome. For tons of blade info, click on the word 'search' up near where your signed in name appears. Type in that little box "blades" or 'blade' . You should find extensive information on blades and blade selection.If you are looking for suppliers of blades, on the left, under 'scrolling community' click on "other great sites" ,it should point you to a few blade suppliers. Depending on what your planning on cutting, I could suggest a few blades. Also, if you see someone called '3M' signed in here, he is a blade genious. Dale
            Dale w/ yella saws


            • #7
              Thanks for the info.I have only been doing this for a short time and i have trouble getting blades in town.


              • #8
                Yes there are lots of blade charts around .
                Here is another one that includes those awsome Modified Geometry blades not available by any other make.



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