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Dremel MS20 Moto-saw

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Hi all, has anyone used the dremel ms20 moto-saw. As I have limited space in my dockyard I thought this could be the ideal scroll/ fret saw.

Brian

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Brian , I bought one a while back and used it a fair bit . It is handy for small cuts but don,t expect to cut anything to big , I bought finner blades for cutting sharper corners and they worked well but you need the bigger blade supplied to cut straight  . The blades are cheap and easily replaced . The hole around the blade is to big and small pieces will fall through and if you have the vac connected they will dissappear but this can be easily solved . It has a variable speed which is usefull and although noisey i think i could call it value fo money .   

 

Boyd .

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There is a miter guide available through dremel as well, they sell it for about $12 if I remember correctly.

 

Ken

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Brian

 

I have the Motosaw and I'm very happy with it.

I don't think it would be up to constant use or heavier jobs but occasional shapes from reasonable thickness, no problems.

 

Nick

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