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Meddings scroll saw manual

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NIGEL WOOD 124/07/2019 16:28:48
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Hi, I have purchased a meddings scroll saw / frett saw for my son. Has anyone got a manual or pdf, or as well as any information you can share as to the blades etc it will require. It doesn't have any with it. Also without having a good look know how they fit. Kind regards Nigel

larry phelan 124/07/2019 17:11:44
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Don't know about that particular machine, but most scroll saws I have seen seem to hold their blades by gripping the ends in two clamps.. Since blades are made by many different makers for many different saws, I doubt if yours would need special ones. The blades seem to be much like hacksaw blades, made by everyone ,everywhere. .

I don't think there is really too much to know about them, your machine may have a few different speeds, or may not, so I suppose the same rules apply slow for hard stuff, fast for soft stuff, blades, course for soft material, fine for hard material.

I don't think there*s much difficulty about lining up the blades, I think they only fit one way, to cut on the downward stroke.

Sorry I cannot be of more help, but I*m sure there is someone else out there who can.

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