Pegas Metal Cutting Scroll Saw Blades
Pegas Metal Cutting Scroll Saw Blades
£3.46 (£2.88 Ex. VAT)

Pegas Metal Cutting Scroll Saw Blades

  • Use in scroll saws or hand frames
  • For precise cutting of thin metals up to 3mm
  • Made in Switzerland
  • Blade length 130mm
  • Packs of 12
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£3.46 (£2.88 Ex. VAT)

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In Detail

These are high quality blades for precise cutting of thin metals up to 3mm (1/8") thick and for other hard, non-metallic materials. They are specifically heat treated to give maximum performance with power scroll saws. These blades are suitable for use in handheld fret and piercing saw frames. Swiss made, Pégas® scroll saw blades use only the best available carbon steels. Overall blade length 130mm.

This product is on page 29 of the Axminster Tools & Machinery 2018/19 Catalogue.


Scroll Saw Blade Length 130 mm
Reviews (2)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.9 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews


R T Holmes

16 September 2018

Excellent product.

Faced with the task of cutting intricate shapes in 3mm thick brass I elected to experiment with a 28tpi blade. After some trials, and one broken blade, I ended up using a higher tension and very much higher cutting speed than I initially thought sensible. The result - a total cut length of over 1200mm in 3mm thick brass on one blade which was cutting as well at the end as at the beginning.


29 December 2016

essential high-quality consumable

I used the No3 blades to cut out intricate shapes in hard 1.2mm brass sheet. This requires turning the work-piece through nearly 170 degrees and producing a sharp bottomed Vee. Breakages of the thinnest of these blade due to operator clumsiness, are quite frequent but the quality of cut is very good. I find it difficult, particularly with cold hands to mount the blade ensuring that the toothed side is facing the operator and have broken one blade on tensioning. The problems I have faced are due to the type of work being undertaken and when cutting large radius curves or straight lines the blades cut hard brass very well.

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