Remember when your scroll saw could cut in two different directions? Take on the most intricate and artful cuts with the WEN 16-Inch Variable Speed Two-Direction Scroll Saw.
Adjust the speed anywhere from 550 to 1600 strokes per minute with the simple turn of a knob.
The adjustable air pump clears saw dust from your work area to give you a clear line of vision as you cut.
The saw also includes a hold-down foot clamp for securing your project in place along with a flexible work light that bends and adjusts to whatever position your heart desires.
For pinned blades, simply pop the pins out of the front holder and turn the blade 90 degrees.
On top of that, our removable pinless blade holder design tightly grips blades to prevent them from coming loose during operation.
The 9/16-inch stroke saws through hard woods up to two inches thick.
The cast iron base prevents vibration and walking during operation while the spacious 16-by-11-inch table bevels up to 45 degrees for angled cut.
This combined with the 1-1/2-inch dust port keep your work area clean so you can focus on your woodworking.
This unique blade holder accepts both pinned and pinless blades while also allowing users to change the direction of their cut to accommodate their particular workpiece.
Now, your cuts are no longer confined by the 16-inch throat of the scroll saw.
Onboard blade and holder storage creates simple organization solutions between jobs.
And because its a WEN product, your scroll saw comes backed by a two-year warranty, a nationwide network of skilled service technicians and a friendly customer help line, all to make sure you remember WEN.
You’ll find everything you need to know here, boiled down to the best and simplest methods.
As you progress, each chapter builds upon the previous skills you’ve already learned.
Begin with the basics of cutting straight, curved, and jagged lines, and then progress to more advanced techniques like stack cutting, relief, inlay, compound, segmentation, and more.
This new third edition provides an objective guide to all of the scroll saw models available in today’s market, updated to include information on new scroll saw manufacturers.
Now it’s your turn!This book is like having an experienced scroller in your shop, looking over your shoulder to tell you step-by-step how to get great results from your scroll saw.
Practice a specific technique in each of 25 skill-building chapters, and then use that skill to make an attractive project.
By the time you’ve completed the book, you’ll be ready to tackle any scroll saw project with experience and confidence.
Project patterns include die-cut stationery, a fish silhouette, a butterfly with interior cuts, a hummingbird ornament, and a collapsible wooden basket.
Use this ultimate beginner’s scroll saw guide to hone your scrolling skills to perfection!25 practice exercises to build your skillsStep-by-step cutting instructions and patternsEssential information on blades, accessories, equipment, materials and proceduresLearn scrolling techniques like stack cutting, relief, inlay, compound, segmentation, and moreObjective guide to today’s best scroll sawsAuthor John Nelson has taught hundreds of students how to quickly and safely use the scroll saw to make practical and beautiful projects.
An upfront tool-less blade holder and a cam action blade tension adjustment allow woodworkers to quickly and easily change and regulate pin or plain blades.
The saw includes blade storage and a study steel stand.
The PCB375SS features a broad 12-5/8″ x 20″ aluminum dual tilting table, enabling 45 degrees left and 15 degrees right bevel cuts for a range of accurate cut angles visible on a scale conveniently and securely situated in the tabletop.
It also includes an upfront on/off switch that simplifies speed control changes between 500-1,500 SPM, a die cast aluminum frame, and a large cast iron base that reduces vibration in cutting heights ranging from 2-1/4″ (45 degrees right) and 1-1/4″ (45 degrees left) to 2-1/4″ (maximum cutting height).
A collection of favorite box designs from the pages of Scroll Saw Woodworking and Crafts magazine.
Nelson, Robert Ardizzoni, Sue Chrestensen, Kenneth Campbell, Gary MacKay, and many more.
You will be treated to the work of artists such as John A.
29 favorite projects and patterns Jewelry and keepsake boxes Music boxes Unique one-of-a-kind boxes Direct from the pages of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts comes a collection of unique wooden box designs.
From delicate fretwork jewelry boxes to creatively shaped one-of-a-kind pieces that hold everything from poker chips to flags, you’ll discover projects to inspire your creativity no matter what your level of scrolling expertise.
Along with their beautiful designs, you’ll find expert step-by-step instructions along with all of the crisp photos, detailed patterns, and tips and techniques you will need to guarantee box-making success.