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The Very Best, Most Durable Scroll Saw Blades

Pegas Scroll Saw Blades 1) have perfectly set teeth to ensure accurate cutting and a clean, smooth finish, 2) are precision stamped, tooth by tooth 3) are made from perfectly heat treated high- carbon steel, 4) will stay sharp longer, 5) are quieter with less vibration and burning, 6) hard enough to be long lasting, but not so hard to make them fragile.

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What makes Pegas® Blades Cut Straighter?

Pegas® scroll saw blades teeth are perfectly and equally set (right and left) which enables the blade to cut straight. If this setting is not properly mastered, the blade deviates. This is what happens with most of our competitors' saw blades. The user has to compensate for the deviation by holding the sawed item at a certain angle. This way of sawing is unnatural and the result cannot be compared to an item sawed with a Pegas® saw blade.

What makes Pegas Scroll® Saw Blades the Very Best for Durability & Sharpness?

Pégas uses a proven fabricating process that produces crisp, sharp, precisely formed teeth. All the blades are heat treated and tempered to maintain uniform grain structure and to achieve the highest hardness possible. This process creates long lasting durable blades, making them the finest in the world.

Take a look at the magnification image - you can actually see the difference in quality of the steel. 
Steve Good compares Olsen Scroll Saw Blades, Bosch Blades, Flying Dutchman Scroll Saw Blades, and Skil with our Pegas brand scroll saw blades.  Want more info? Take a look at the reviews right here, and along with each of the individual blades you'll see below.

In these videos you see first a comparison of Pegas and Flying Dutchman Blades.  This video captures live the experience of Charles Dearing who had previously used FD for 21 years.  The second video shows a massive stack cut with a Modified Geometry #3 blade to show the durability.



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How to Shop for Scroll Saw Blades:

1) Click on a Scroll Saw Blade Type to see the selection of Teeth Per Inch, as well as detailed guidance for each size of blade and recommendations about suitable materials, pilot hole sizes and cutting trace. You can also read on the benefits of each type of blade and typical wood working application. 

2) Shop by the dozen (12 blades) or by the gross (144 blades).   Add items to your cart as you go and proceed to checkout (the shopping cart button at the top of the page).  You can change quantities at checkout as well. Mix and Match blade sizes & types when you order by the gross (144 blades per pack) For example, order 2 of SSB-51X (Double Skip Tooth) and 1 of SSB-69X (Modified Geometry) to get the lower per gross price on each pack of 144.

Here's some Scroll Saw Project Ideas on Facebook and YouTube!

Our 2WAYS2WIN contest courtesy of Bear Woods and The Scroll Saw Workshop
Winner is Rebecca Scott for this entry of a Steve Good Pattern: 

steve good pattern