About this item – MAK/SJ401
- Bevel cuts up to 45 degrees to the left and 15 degrees to the right.
- Tool-free blade change system.
- Quick adjustment of blade tension thanks to blade tension lever.
- Sturdy cast iron base for stability and less vibration cutting.
Item Includes with MAK/SJ401
Saw Blades 6, Hex Wrench, Blade Change Rod.
Technical Specification of MAK/SJ401
|Continuous rating Input||50W|
|Capacity||The thickness of cut: 50mm (2″)|
|Throat : 406mm (16″)|
|Length of stroke||18mm (11/16″)|
|Strokes per min.||400-1,600 spm|
|Overall length||600mm (23-5/8″)|
|Net weight||14.1kg (31lbs)|
General Details: A scroll saw is a small electric or pedal-operated saw used to cut intricate curves in wood, metal, or other materials. The fineness of its blade allows it to cut more delicately than a power jigsaw, and more easily than a hand coping saw or fretsaw. Like those tools, it is capable of creating curves with edges, by pivoting its table. The scroll saw’s name derives from its traditional use in making scrollwork, sculptural ornaments which prominently featured scroll-head designs, while somewhat similar to a band saw, a scroll saw uses a reciprocating blade rather than a continuous loop. Like a hand coping saw, the scroll saw’s blade can be removed and placed through a pre-drilled starting hole, allowing interior cutouts to be made without an entry slot.
Also, check out Scroll Saw by Makita.