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Dremel MS20-01 Moto-Saw Variable Speed Compact Scroll Saw Kit

4.0 out of 5 stars 295 customer reviews
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  • Dust port adapter keeps line-of-sight clear and work space clean
  • Auto tensioning quick-change mechanism for easy accessory change and optimal blade tensioning
  • Detachable coping function for handheld use to take the tool to the work piece
  • Variable-speed control for optimal cutting in a variety of materials
  • Fast-clamp base attaches to various tables, benches and surfaces
  • Blue edge guide locking levers illustrated on packaging are not included in the kit and do not affect performance of the tool
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Part Number MS2001
Item Weight 4.7 pounds
Product Dimensions 18.5 x 14.5 x 4.8 inches
Item model number MS2001
Color Gray
Power Source corded-electric
Voltage 120 volts
Item Package Quantity 1
Number of Handles 1
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No

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4.0 out of 5 stars 295 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #19,110 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#3 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Saws > Scroll Saws
#27 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Rotary Tools
Shipping Weight 9.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First Available November 27, 2012

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I will start by saying that it really could be an amazing product with just a few simple changes. I bought this product and was really excited to use it. Mounts on any overlay about 2 inches thick or less. Very light and sturdy for what it does. Awesome variable speed feature that can be really helpful when cutting materials with different hardness. The reason I give this product 2 stars (and returned it) is because of the blades it uses and comes with. It comes with pin ended blades and can only use pin ended blades. What that means is that while using the saw, I went through 10 out of the 10 blades it came with because of the pins popping out of the blade end. I tried fitting the pins back into the blades and reusing them but they just popped out again after some use. The fun part was trying to get more blades. I couldn't find any retailer in my area that carried them and ordering them online was not convenient because the shipping cost just about as much as the blades did. So the Saw was a great price at $99, Blades are absolutely horrible to use and not cost effective to buy. I was told that the blades used in standard scroll saws would not work on this saw because the 3" blades would be too small and the 5" blades extend farther than the pin holder prongs. I did return the saw because of these factors. There are plenty of other choices for scroll saws out there but based on what I have researched, I bought the DeWalt 788 scroll saw with it's stand. I am Very Very happy with my 788 but as for this little guy, it is simply not worth the headache. If I was able to use plain ended standard sized blades with it, I would of most likely given it a full 5 stars,and kept it, as it was definitely as space saver compared to the DeWalt 788. Hope this helps.
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I've had a jigsaw and circular saw for a long time and have used hack saws on numerous occasions. Recently I was looking for a way to cut out shapes for model making. A band saw like we had in the workshop at school would be ideal but they are too expensive and take up too much space. My jigsaw was never designed to do fairly tight turns and in the end I settled on a cheap coping saw. The coping saw was fine if you could find something to hold the material you were cutting still but was essentially an exercise in frustration, especially when the cast knobs for aligning the blade snapped.

I have been a fan of Dremel rotary tools for a long time so imagine my excitement when I stumbled upon the Moto-Saw. It seemed to be exactly what I was looking for. It's essentially an electric coping saw with a base that can be clamped to a table and put away in a compact storage box when not in use. So I ordered one and here is what I found.

The Moto-Saw comes in a large briefcase size case that's larger than my other Dremel tools. On opening the box you have clamps, the table stand, and the electric saw itself. The saw is larger than I expected and seemed a little awkward in the hand.

Anyway, I clamped the base to my workbench which was a little confusing at first but the diagram in the instruction manual clarified why I had to do it this way. The base attaches quite firmly and has a space for you to push in and slide the saw whilst you hold down a plastic sprung catch. I was a little concerned about the catch being a molded part of the plastic case because it seems a little flimsy but so far so good. The saw pushes into slots and slides firmly into place and is both firm and stable once locked in place.
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Summary: If you are doing very light hobby work and looking for a very compact scroll saw that you can pack away into a nice case and put away, then this *might* be for you. Otherwise, get a real scroll saw - this hybrid isn't the solution.....

As a powered coping saw with a stand that allows it to be converted into a compact scroll saw , this seemed to have some real potential. Flexibility and convenience. I guess that theory didn't work out so well. In practice, it's too compromised a scroll saw and unusable without the base.

The reality is that scroll saw blades have minimal offset of the teeth. A narrow kerf is an advantage of a scroll saw, but once you no longer have the worktable to keep your material aligned, the blade binds and you're not cutting - the blade just jerks the work around.

That picture of someone cutting trim freehand? Well, moulding is typically pine and perhaps 1/4"-3/8" thick, so yes I was able to duplicate that scenario. I'd say it wasn't worth the trip. Trying to cut even 1/2" plywood freehand was faster with a regular coping saw. Plus, you're going to want to use a table or miter saw for molding unless you're doing some funky crown molding in which case, yes, this might actually be worth having on hand. Oh, wait a minute, a coping saw costs how much? Never mind.

How does this perform as a very compact scroll saw? Marginal. It will cut 1/2" plywood. 1/2" hardwood was slow but tolerable. 1" hardwood did not work. With only a 10-1/2" throat it's pretty compromised - the 2-1/4 throat is not that much narrower than normal scroll saws but you can't do anything over 1/2" anyways.
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