Pinned blades 127mm (5′) for a scroll saw.
(5′) between pins
The blades are manufactured to be used with scroll saws.
There are various
blade types available in the range with different teeth styles for different
A minimum pilot hole of 4.7mm is required for cut-outs.
Take a look at the chart below to select the correct blade for the recommended
material and thickness.
Scroll saw blade selection chart:
|CODE||TPI||TOOTH||APPLICATION + MAX. MATERIAL THICKNESS|
|42401||18.5||Skip tooth||Very thin cuts in hard and soft woods. 19mm|
|40501||20||Regular||Thin cuts in hard and soft woods. 19mm|
|41001||7||Hook||Cut thick hard and soft woods. 51mm|
|41101||15||Regular||General purpose blade for woods & plastic. 19mm|
|41201||10||Regular||Fast cutting of hard and soft woods. 19mm|
|42003||9/5||Skip tooth||Fast cut blade with reversed teeth for woods. 19mm|
|42701||25||Regular||Fine cuts in aluminium, plastic, soft woods & veneer to 19mm|
TPI – Teeth per inch. The amount of teeth measured between 25.4mm
Some blades have reversed teeth for fast paced cutting.
Take care when using these blades as the blades can lift up your project from
the scroll saw table when cutting.