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Spiral Scroll Saw Blades from Pegas

5" Plain End Spiral Tooth Scroll Saw Blades. 

Spiral Tooth Scroll Saw Blades

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Pégas saw blades are manufactured in Switzerland from high-quality carbon steel and contain the highest possible carbon content for saw blade applications. Pégas also makes use of 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. Additionally, all Pégas  scroll saw blades are capable of performing in power saw applications.

Take a look at the magnification image - you can actually see the difference in the 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.

How to Select Scroll Saw Blades: 

1) Scroll Down to see selection by size of Scroll Saw Blades.  Refer to the table above for manufacturing specifications and recommendations.

2) Enter Quantity Desired and Click "Add to Cart." Or call us and we'll be happy to take your order.

3) 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.  When you combine 3 or more gross packs of blades you will trigger the lower quantity price.  

Download the Pegas Blade Selection Chart here!

Spiral Tooth Scroll Saw Blade Selection Chart: Scroll down to order by Dozen or by the Gross (144 blades).  Click here to Download the Pegas Scroll Saw Blades Selection Chart
Our SKU Industry Standard Size # Scroll Saw Blade Width Teeth Per Inch Cutting Trace (Inch) Optimal Thickness for
recommended material
Inch (mm)
Intricate Cuts ℵ
Tight Turns ∈
Light Turns ∼
Suitability for 
Suitability for Medium Hardwoods Suitability for Softwoods Suitability for Plywoods Suitability for Corian or Plastics Suitability for Brass or Copper Drill Size (US) Pilot Hole (Inch)
SSB-90500 2/0 .0236" 59.1 .0276" .06-1/6"  (1.5-4mm) Intricate ℵ No OK Yes Yes OK OK 68 .0310"
SSB-90501 0 .0291" 54 .0339" .06-1/5"  (1.5-5mm) Intricate ℵ No OK Yes Yes OK OK 64 .0360"
SSB-90502 1 .0299" 50.8 .0354" 1/12-1/5"  (2-5mm) Intricate ℵ No OK Yes Yes OK OK 60 .0400"
SSB-90503 2 .0315" 46.2 .0378" 1/12-1/4"  (2-6mm) Intricate ℵ No OK Yes Yes OK OK 57 .0430"
SSB-90504 3 .0339" 42.3 .0406" 1/12-1/4"  (2-6mm) Intricate ℵ No OK Yes Yes OK OK 56 .0465"
SSB-90505 4 .0374" 39.1 .0449" 1/12-.275"  (2-7mm) Intricate ℵ No OK Yes Yes OK OK 56 .0465"
SSB-90506 5 .0402" 36.3 .0480" 1/12-.275"  (2-7mm) Intricate ℵ No OK Yes Yes OK OK 54 .0550"
SSB-90507 6 .0441" 33.9 .0520" 1/10-1/3"  (2.5-8mm) Intricate ℵ No OK Yes Yes OK OK 54 .0550"
SSB-90508 7 .0488" 31.8 .0567" 1/10-2/5"  (2.5-10mm) Intricate ℵ No OK Yes Yes OK OK 52 .0635"
SSB-90509 8 .0504" 31.8 .0583" 1/8-2/5"  (3-10mm) Intricate ℵ No OK Yes Yes OK OK 47 .0785"
Wood classification by hardness:  HARDWOODS: Beech, Bloodwood, Bocote ; Bubinga, Canarywood, Cocobolo, Ebony, Elm, Hickory, Hornbeam, Jatoba, Leopardwood, Lyptus, Marblewood, Mora, Oleaster, Purpleheart, Rosewood, Wenge, Yellowheart, Zebrawood. MEDIUM HARDWOODS: Ash, Black Cherry, Cherry, Eucalyptus, Limba, Macacauba, Mahogany, Maple, Nogal, Oak, Padauk, Redheart, Sapele, Teak, Tzalam, Walnut. SOFTWOODS: Alder, Balsa, Basswood, Birch, Black Willow, Chestnut, Cedar, Cypress, Fir, Larch, Pine, Poplar, Redwood, Spanish Cedar, Spruce.
Scroll Saw Blades Testimonial Steve Good Scrollsaw Workshop

Watch the Side-by-Side Comparison of the Pegas Spiral Blades completed by expert scroller and pattern designer Charles Dearing, who had used another manufacturer's blade for 21 years.  The video shows in real-time his comparison.

With a spiral scroll saw blade, the teeth are on 360° which allows sawing in each direction. The work does not have to be turned to make cuts, so sharp inside corners can be created.
This also allows working long pieces which couldn't be turned on a 16" or 21" scroll saw.  Spiral Blades provide cutting around the entire periphery of the blade due to a helical shape.
This design allows work to be fed in straight moves.

Check out Steve Good's Blog Entry from Feb 19th for an example of portrait work done with a Spiral Scroll Saw Blades by Pegas.


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