Premium Scroll Saw with Rotary Shaft
Premium Scroll Saw with Rotary Shaft
£169.99
inc. vat
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Key Features

  • 3 Year Warranty
    If the scroll saw fails due to a material or manufacturing defect it or its component will be replaced free of charge
  • Premium Scroll Saw
    Excellent vibration dampening properties
  • Twin Pivot Arm Mechanism
    Results in a very controllable and clean cut
  • Electronic Variable Stroke Rate
    550 to 1600 strokes per minute
  • Cut Intricate Shapes in a Wide Range of Materials
    Hardwood, softwood, plastic and non-ferrous metal
  • Quiet Running and Powerful Motor
    Comfortably copes with a depth of cut up to 50mm
  • 1500mm Rotary Shaft
    Drill, sand, polish and grind using the 50 piece accessory pack

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This Item: Premium Scroll Saw with Rotary Shaft
£169.99

Product Details

This premium scroll saw has excellent vibration dampening properties, which combined with the twin pivot arm mechanism, results in a very controllable and clean cut. The electronic variable stroke rate of 550 to 1600 strokes per minute allows you to cut intricate shapes in a wide range of materials including hard and soft woods, plastics and non-ferrous metals.

The scroll saw has a quiet running and powerful motor which will comfortably cope with depth of cut up to 50mm. The heavy duty base is made from cast iron and the table is machined from aluminium and tilts through 45° for bevel and mitre cuts. The table offers excellent workpiece stability measuring 450mm in length by 250mm in width. The motor powers a bellow that blows air directly onto the point of cut to ensure excellent visibility when following a pencil line.

The 35mm diameter dust port, when coupled to an extractor, is positioned to draw dust directly from the cutting line. The 35 watt LED lamp gives excellent visibility and can be twisted and bent for optimum positioning. A major advantage of this scroll saw is the power tool take-off port that accepts the 1500mm rotary shaft. The rotary shaft is driven by the variable speed motor allowing you to drill, sand, polish and grind using the 50 piece accessory pack.

This scroll saw accepts both pinned or plain end blades for effortless, clean cuts. This premium scroll saw has a 3 year warranty and should it fail due to a material or manufacturing defect, it or its component will be replaced free of charge. ©
This premium scroll saw has excellent vibration dampening properties, which combined with the twin pivot arm mechanism, results in a very controllable and clean cut. The electronic variable stroke rate of 550 to 1600 strokes per minute allows you to cut intricate shapes in a wide range of materials including hard and soft woods, plastics and non-ferrous metals.

The scroll saw has a quiet running and powerful motor which will comfortably cope with depth of cut up to 50mm. The heavy duty base is made from cast iron and the table is machined from aluminium and tilts through 45° for bevel and mitre cuts. The table offers excellent workpiece stability measuring 450mm in length by 250mm in width. The motor powers a bellow that blows air directly onto the point of cut to ensure excellent visibility when following a pencil line.

The 35mm diameter dust port, when coupled to an extractor, is positioned to draw dust directly from the cutting line. The 35 watt LED lamp gives excellent visibility and can be twisted and bent for optimum positioning. A major advantage of this scroll saw is the power tool take-off port that accepts the 1500mm rotary shaft. The rotary shaft is driven by the variable speed motor allowing you to drill, sand, polish and grind using the 50 piece accessory pack.

This scroll saw accepts both pinned or plain end blades for effortless, clean cuts. This premium scroll saw has a 3 year warranty and should it fail due to a material or manufacturing defect, it or its component will be replaced free of charge. ©

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Specifications

Brand Rutlands®
Voltage 230V
Motor 90W
Strokes Per Minute 550 to 1600
Depth of Cut 0 to 50mm
Throat Depth 400mm
Blade Pin or Plain 127mm
Weight 18kg

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Customer Reviews

Reviews (9)
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Tim Blackman

Like a previous review this was purchased to replace an 18" NuTool machine. The slight concern about the throat depth (2"+smaller) was removed when I realised the blade could be used at 90 degrees making this a far more versatile machine.
What really attracted me to it though was the Variable speed. Anyone who has tried cutting perspex at high speed will have suffered the same fate, overheating welding the cut together behind the blade resulting in a lot of time tidying up the edges. Not a problem at low speed with the right blade.
The addition of the flexible drive is also a very useful thing as with the mini drum sander in place the final tidying is a doddle on any project.
P.S. It handles 1 3/4" oak with ease :)

Ian Greenaway

Recently purchased this scroll saw with rotary attachment, excellent service from Rutlands. Thought I'd better give it a try, so set out to make some nameplates for all the grandchildren and was very pleased with the machine, quiet running variable speed control brilliant, a lot better than my previous Nu tool saw. Hope it lasts as long. Highly recommend this machine for the price.

D Tompkins

What I like about this scroll saw is how quiet it runs. I work with veneer faced sheets and with the correct blade choice and speed setting there is no edge chipping what so ever. I have used many brands over the years and can confidently say that pound for pound this is an excellent scroll saw.

Joe Ribble

The best thing about this scroll saw is the dusrt extraction port positioning and the blow tube. The port is positioned right next to the opening of the table so it draws dust away at the point of cut, whilst the blow tube blows air on the top of the workpiece so that you have perfect vision of the blade. Very nice machine.

Geoffrey Radcliffe

This saw is very good value for money and has some nice features such as being able to take flat blades (Pegas are a good choice for these) which are far better for cutting tight curves. Oher nice features are variable speed, a dust extractor port, a see- through guard, a light and a rotary tool attachment. The saw does vibrate a fair bit so I bolted the saw down to a bench to dampen the vibrations. Changing flat blades is a little time consuming and fiddly, and refitting a flat blade to make an internal cut looks tricky. It is however possible to remove one of the covers (held by 2 screws) to gain access to the lower blade holder in order to locate the blade correctly. The cover should then be replaced before operating the saw. The plastic table insert was not quite level with the rest of the table (this caused problems when cutting near the edge of the material) and so I made a cardboard insert to raise the plastic insert slightly. Despite these gripes, I still think the saw is very good and amazing value for money. However, if you are looking to make a lot of internal cuts then look for a scroll saw with a tool-free flat blade change but expect to pay a lot more money.

David Aldis

Very nice machine - my first scroll saw - but seems solidly made and versatile.
The only thing I felt that I had to change was the worklight bulb which was a bit dim. Now it has an S25 led bulb, which is much better. Whiter and brighter.

Allan Hamlen

I used to have a top German scroll saw in my old workshop, After moving to my new home and with no workshop as such, I could only keep the woodcarving side of my hobby and therefore a new scroll saw was required. This saw does the job very well so far - little noise and just a little vibration that is all. First class machine and very good value for money.

Kevin Peters

The variable speed control is excellent as it allows me to vary the speed to suit the material and thickness of material that I am sawing. The motor is a lot quieter than my previous Draper saw and I particularly like the blower as I can see my line of cut. Before I was always running out of puff to see the line!

John Armitage

I make wooden clocks that I offer at craft fairs throughout the country. I previously had a second hand Hegner scroll saw which needed up dating as the motor seemed to me stalling frequently. I bought this one after reading a number of reviews on woodworking forums. This model appears to be sold under many brands so I simply choose the lowest price combined with the free rotary tool. Must say it has performed very well over past few weeks. Vibration is negligible. Blade breakage is low (I use plane end blades that Rutlands don't sell - Pegasus)The shaft drive is also useful for signing off each clock. I would recommend.

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Premium Scroll Saw with Rotary Shaft

Rutlands®
Part No. R1607
£169.99 inc. vat

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