Hi guys and Gals, A couple of weeks ago I stoped at Lowes for some small things, and I saw the new Dremel Moto-Saw it is actually a fret saw (100.00) set it u this weekend and was pleastly suprised it cut 3/32 Basswood like it was butter and it is ligt weight about 5lbs. It will not replace my scroll saw but it weighs 40lbs. At my age (74) it is to heavy to lift it up and down it will be mounted permantly when i finish new work table. In meantime the fret saw is working great it gives smooth cuts w/ hardly any vibrations. Don
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Dremel moto saw
Posted 20 August 2013 - 12:23 AM
For wood: Max Thickness:
Balsa 1 3/4"
Information from the user manual.
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Posted 06 January 2014 - 10:25 PM
great news guys, I saw this too at Menards and was wondering how thick it could cut! Yet another thing I have to hide from the admiral in the garage!
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