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    Does any one know where to get the old woodrunner blades. They are best on the market. I've tried sereval other blades and nothing cuts as nice as the woodrunner that RBI used to sell. The extra cost was worth it.
    Thanks Scott
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    They're likely either sold under the Pegas or Flying Dutchman brand names. I'm not sure how long ago you were getting these. As far as I know, these are the only 2 suppliers that Hawk used.
    You can get the Pegas blades from here and the Flying Dutchman from here.
    Everyone has their own preferences in blades. I prefer the Flying Dutchman while others prefer Pegas or Olsen PGT's. You can't go too far wrong with any of them.
    Kevin
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    Making holes in wood with an EX-30, Craftsman 16" VS, Dremel 1680 and 1671

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      Thanks: I've been using Flying Dutchmen for the past couple of years. I happened to find some #3 Woodrunners, they still were the best cutting blades. I can cut with the 3 the same as using someone elses #5. As you said it is a matter of perference.
      Happy scrolling ain't it fun
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