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    hi my name is sue im from australia .would someone know the differents between our blades and yours
    ours are 18 tpi or 20 tpi thats how we buy then
    any help would be most welcomed thank you

  • #2
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    I tried the e-mail and Mike got right back to me. Three days later, I had the trial pack of blades. He's really helpful.

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    • #3
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      thank you so much william and m d allen
      need all the help i can get

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      • #4
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        I treid the new blades last night, and they are great. The price seems right as well.

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        • #5
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          Hi Sue there is no differance in blades just where you buy them. Hardware stores or specialist stores like Mik International in Adelaide (has a web site )
          I prefer Mike's blades though and find them well priced even with the exchange rate and postage (....usually 5-10 days)
          The differance between hardware stores here and Ned Kelly is that Ned used a gun
          Pete (in Oz)
          Merry Christmas to all

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          • #6
            Re: scroll saw blades

            Sorry William I should have edited my post firstI meant to say no difference as to the type of blade ie country tho there is a big difference in quality blades
            I use the flying dutchman blades from Mike m and it takes no more than 5-10 days to get em here at my door
            Pete
            I am a nobody and no body is perfect...........therefore I am perfect

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