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Item #: G0536
Model # G0536
Overview
This 16" Variable Speed Scroll Saw features a cast iron table that tilts from 0° to 45°, variable speed from 540 to 1885 SPM and built-in air nozzle to clear saw dust. Accepts 5" pin type blades and requires no tools for blade changes.

Features:

  • Motor: 1/5 HP, 110V, single-phase, 1.4 Amp, 60 Hz, variable speed (540 to 1885 SPM)
  • Maximum cutting height: 2-1/8" @ 90°, 1" @ 45°
  • Cast iron base
  • Cast iron table tilts from 0° to 45°
  • Throat size: 16"
  • Takes 5" pin type blades
  • Easy to adjust blade tension knob
  • Built in air nozzle to clear sawdust
  • Safety switch with key
  • Clear plastic blade guard is easily adjustable
  • No tools needed to change blade
  • Approximate shipping weight is 35 lbs.
Reviews

5 Customer Reviews (5 out of 5 stars) : Sign in to write a review

Anonymous Reviewer
04/13/2019 12:19:47 PM

I bought this two months ago this is the best saw for me to detail work.

Anonymous Reviewer
GO536 scroll saw 03/13/2019 12:36:16 PM

Everything I hoped for & more. An excellent tool at a great price. I've used it for 3 projects so far with great results!

Anonymous Reviewer
Great product 01/26/2017 12:53:51 AM

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Jeff D
01/26/2017 12:48:38 AM

While it is my first scroll saw, I am disappointed I its ability to do wood work that I anticipated. Very slow in 1" thick oak. Lack of power. Ineffective air nozzle
Vibrations

johnhutchinson
You need to accept its limitations 01/18/2016 3:59:09 AM

I was disappointed to see a negative review while I was in the process of recommending this saw to a friend.
I use a single-speed version of this saw for professional prototyping, and in some ways I prefer it to my $500 Delta.
When I want it to be, it's portable at 35 pounds.
To minimize vibration, I clamp it to my workbench when in use.
Unlike a number of scroll saws in this price range, the table is cast iron and NOT aluminum. In the constant battle against vibration, a big chunk of cast iron is your friend.
I use the saw sideways, with the blade-tensioning knob to my right. The blade can be mounted for both from-the-front and from-the-side use.
The blade hole is too large for my purposes -- little things get caught in it -- so I remedied that situation by applying a 1/4"-thick piece of marker board (Home Depot) to the top with a small hole in the middle. That gives me a slick working surface and acts as a zero-clearance insert.
Bottom line: I highly recommend the saw except for extremely intricate fretwork.