|Item Weight||4.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.5 x 14.5 x 4.8 inches|
|Item model number||MS2001|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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Dremel MS20-01 Moto-Saw Variable Speed Compact Scroll Saw Kit
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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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From the Manufacturer
Cuts Variety of Materials
Make detail cuts in materials such as wood, plastic, laminates and metal.
Detachable Coping Function
Functions as a stationary scroll saw or remove it from its base to become a portable motorized coping saw.
Auto Tensioning Quick Change
For easy accessory change and optimal tensioning, this feature keeps the blade taut so it’s ready to cut.
Fast clamp base attaches to various tables, benches and surfaces.
Moto-Saw Accessories Guide
MS50 Side Cutting Blade
Side cutting blade is perfect for making straight and curved cuts in larger pieces of wood and plastic materials, leaving a fine and precise finish. Pin-end design allows easy, tool-free blade changes.
MS51 Wood & Plastic Blade
Wood and plastic cutting blade is perfect for making straight and curved cuts in soft wood, plastic, foam, carpet and other soft materials. Pin-end design allows easy, tool-free blade changes.
MS52 Fine Wood Blade
Fine wood cutting blade is perfect for making straight and curved cuts in wood and plastic materials, leaving a fine and precise finish. Pin-end design makes changing your Moto-Saw blades fast, easy and tool-free. Includes four MS52 wood cutting blades and one bonus MS50 side cutting blade.
MS53 Metal Blade
Metal Cutting blade is perfect for making straight and curved cuts in soft, thin sheet metals. Pin-end design allows easy, tool-free blade changes.
Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Don't expect to make any cuts on woodworking-grade lumber or hardwood with this scroll saw. The best thing about this scroll saw is that it provides a plane on which the blade sits... Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Engineers Play Piano
This tool does not have enough power to hand cope moulding. Also, you can't create enough blade tension to keep it from twisting.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Awesome tool for the price point. Compact and simple to set up. I gave it only 4 stars because it didn't come with much on directions, the blades weren't seperated or catergorized,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by kuntri
As an artist I got this to cut Eva foam. It does an awesome job. It can cut 1.5 inch foam with no problem, either straight or radius. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
some what disappointed. Not a very well made tool. The blade safety broke the first time I used it. not as useful as I was hopingPublished 1 month ago by Steve P.
It is ok but does not have the power I thought it would. Would not buy again would buy one of better quality.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer