No announcement yet.

Diamond Plated Blades

  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Diamond Plated Blades

    The current issue of Harbor Freight has Diamond Plated blades for the scroll saw.
    Would be interesting to cut glass and ceramic tile. 2 blades for $2.49.

    Anyone use these?


    Old Dust

  • #2
    That might have been just the ticket for Carl and his stop-sign gecko. Oops! Do they have HF in Canada??
    T'would probably be a good thing to have on hand for any particularly tough cutting.
    Thanks for the heads-up.


    • #3
      That would have been perfect but no HF here.
      I do have mail though so I could order some.
      Thanks for the post.
      "proud member of the best scroll sawing forum on the net."
      Ryobi SC180VS scroll saw EX21


      • #4

        Are you sure you foiks have mail?

        Seems it moves awfully slow up that way.
        "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." Walt Disney


        • #5
          Well it can be slow yes. I ordered a pattern from a company in the US and it took one month to get here.

          My paycheck is a direct deposit, If I am off work when the paystube go out I get a paystub in the mail the very next day.

          I think much of it is the border.

          As for the grin and the bottle I understand what you are saying
          Barry is also having the same problem.
          The only thing that does move slower than the mail service is a procrastinating scroller :P
          "proud member of the best scroll sawing forum on the net."
          Ryobi SC180VS scroll saw EX21


          Unconfigured Ad Widget


          Latest Topics


          • NC Scroller
            Reply to Alex Fox Basket C12
            by NC Scroller
            Nice work. I truly admire all the projects that you share and I truly envy the fact that you finish what you start. What is your secret?
            Today, 07:35 AM
          • Sandy Oaks
            Reply to Alex Fox Basket C12
            by Sandy Oaks
            Betty, I enlarged the pattern by 30% to fit on 10" square stock....
            Yesterday, 02:20 PM
          • will8989
            Reply to Boys at sawmill were busy.
            by will8989
            Thanks, Kim. I'll show that to my husband but since he has 2 surgeries coming up I doubt that will be on his to do list. The place we buy wood from air dries the wood for a year, than finishes with kiln drying....
            Yesterday, 01:58 PM
          • will8989
            Rikon Air Cleaner
            by will8989
            Received email from Woodcraft, the Rikon1/4 HP 3 speed air filter, reg $329.99 is on sale for $199.99. Remote controls, timer, 5 year warranty, etc.. Called store, have them on backorder but one is mine as I paid for it today. Will call me when it comes in. Warranty sold me. It is in their sale circular...
            Yesterday, 01:54 PM
          • Kim Stone
            Reply to Boys at sawmill were busy.
            by Kim Stone
            will8989, We made a drying kiln out of a plan we saw on youtube. We took a 6-Tier Commercial Grade Heavy Duty Steel Wire Shelving Unit that we got at lowes, wrapped it in 1 inch foam insulation board and put two heat bulbs in the bottom, we have holes at the top and bottom to let the moisture out. We...
            Yesterday, 01:49 PM