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Old 02-26-2014, 12:37 PM   #1
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Hello everyone i am bugwiskers and i am buying a scroll saw for a number of projects
1) dolls house and furniture
2) nativity characters for christmas presents
3) wooden clock ( i have had the plans for ages)

the saw i can afford is a performance power pss85 available at b&q diy stores problem is they dont provide/supply blades for the saw

it will be a pin end blade could anyone suggest the correct length i believe 133mm is correct please advise

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Welcome to the forum from TN. I am sure someone will chime in with the answer.
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bugwiskers, welcome and try this thread.

Performance Power Scroll Saw

They claim 127mm, or exactly 5" like we use this side of the pond.
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Welcome and I'm sure you will like it here. I don't know what your blade length will be but being a pin end blade will limit the size of your starter holes for any inside cuts. But as long as you projects aren't fine detail work, you will do fine. Happy Scrolling!
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Welcome to the forum.
I would like to see the wooden clocks as you work on them.
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Welcome to the forum. Feel free to show pictures.
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