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    ??? I recently purchased a scroll saw at a garage sale made by Companion Power Tools. The problem I am having is finding blades to fit it. When I went to the local hardware store all they had were non-pinned blades that were 5 inches. The only blade that came with the saw was around 5 and 3/8ths inches long. I read a story on this website about a gentleman named Paul Hahn who picked up a scroll saw made by the same company so if you or anyone else out there in cyberspace can help me I would really appreciate it.

    Greg Siemienkiewicz
    Brutus, Michigan

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    Re: Companion Scroll Saw

    COMPANION is the low end tool line from Sears. You should be able to source replacement blades from them.

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