Most Common Question - What Blades Do You Recommend? If you are a beginner, the go to blades are either Pegas Modified Geometry or Niqua Ultra Reverse. Start with a sample pack of a few sizes. (Smaller Numbers are smaller scroll saw blades for thinner wood). We have a selection chart below to that is helpful. You can even choose an Explore Pack of Scroll Saw Blades that includes our most popular styles from both brands. Note - we also encourage people to try spiral blades. You'll get mixed opinions on them, but we know many scrollers who wouldn't do without! Shop Scroll Saw Blades below by Brand, By Type or By Sample Packs. Happy Scrolling.
Excellent Blades!--03/14/2018 These are excellent blades. Using them for tight turns and very small spaces. I have also used them for complex puzzles. -- Jeffrey Flick
Stay Sharp Longer -- 2017-05-04 I am very impressed with these blades as they cut cleaner, stay sharp longer and outpreform any of the top brands I have used most at 3 times the price. You can't go wrong with these blades especially in hardwoods as they cover all the bases when it comes to your scroll saw needs, Great design. -- David Nicholson
Big Difference -- 05/24/2018 I notice a big difference in speed and cleanness of cut with the #3 blade. I am used to a little drift but this blade cuts straight. Had no trouble slicing thru a 1 inch piece of mahogany. I am looking forward to trying the other blades. I must say I am impressed.I have been scrolling for over 40 years and these blades have got me excited. -- Joel McNary
Very effective little blades -- 2017-07-31 Although I read that spiral blades are not recommended for hard wood, I gave these a try and was not disappointed! I managed to make intricate cuts on 1" thick wenge and zebra wood. Using smaller #2 blades allows for perfect cuts with a small kerf. You have to find the best tension and speed, but I found that a 4.5 tension with 6 setting for speed ( on a Dewalt scroll saw) works best for hard woods. -- Mark Curtis