Upgrade your Scroll Saw with Pegas Blade Chuck Heads Made for Delta & DeWalt Scroll Saws
These new “Blade Chuck Heads” (also known as Blade Clamps) were developed in Switzerland by Pégas in association with the HEIG engineering school in Yverdon. The studies and the tests demonstrated that the weight of these heads is in direct relation with the service life and the vibrations of the machine.
See Steve Good of the Scroll Saw Workshop's full review, plus detailed assembly instructions.
This Set includes lower and upper blade clamps compatible with the Dewalt DW788-20 inch scroll saw, and the Delta 40-694-20 inch scroll saw. Works perfectly for BOTTOM and TOP feeding scrollers.
1) These new heads are slightly lighter than the original Dewalt/Delta Chuck Heads which puts less stress on the mechanical parts of the saw and reduces vibration.
2) Changing Blades is easier and faster
4) Protection of the mechanical parts of the scroll saw.
5) The assembly of these new Heads is very simple and takes only a few minutes.
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|Blade Chuck Version Comparison
Suitable For Which Saws
Reviews and Assembly Instructions
|Top and Bottom Scroll Saw Blade Clamps plus Tension Lever
Suitable for all EXCALIBUR (green, Anniversary and black models), EXCELSIOR, SEYCO ST-21 and KING Scroll Saws. Lots of people are already loving them for the DeWalt 788 and Delta 690 as well.
Review by Steve Good.
Pre-Order Today, Shipping late June:
|Top and Bottom Clamp replacement (No tension lever as there is one at the front of these saws)
||For DeWalt 788 and Delta 690
||Review by Steve Good.
Pre-Order Today, Shipping late July:
|Bottom Blade Clamp replacement. (Want to change both clamps? Order the Original.
||JET JWSS-22 Scroll Saw.
||See Steve's comments in the post on the Original. Review by Steve Good.
Photos are taken from Steve Good's Blog post referenced above.
Hans Meier. Scroller.
" Well I have over 200 hours of cutting with the Pegas Heads with the lever on my Dewalt 788. They work great allow me to saw faster and I used less blades cut nice 90 degree cuts. The bulk of those hours cutting 3/4” to 1 3/4” hardwood. Oak, walnut, cherry. I only broke about 6 blades an most of these were caused by over tighten the blades. "
" You do not have to tighten the knobs for the blades to hold. the blades hold well and you do not get the bent blade ends. Which are hard to feed into holes. I am a top feeder. I liked the fact that I had the up down lever on the top holder. I made it really easier to bring the blade tight consistently If the blade gets a touch longer Stretch. You are able to use the Dewalt normal adjustment a notch or two and you are ready to go again. Great Addition to your saw. "
Remember to add some blades and patterns - you will barely see a change in shipping cost if at all by adding blades