|Item Weight||27 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||24 x 11 x 13 inches|
|Item model number||3920|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||2 years|
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WEN 3920 16-Inch Two-Direction Variable Speed Scroll Saw with Flexible LED Light
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- Unique design accepts blades in two directions (standard and 90 degrees) to allow for infinite ripping capacity
- Variable speed goes from 400 to 1600 strokes per minute
- Spacious 16-by-11-inch table bevels up to 45 degrees to the left for angled cuts
- Cuts wood up to 2 inches thick with a 16-inch throat depth in the standard position
- Features a cast iron base, air pump, flex light, dust port, foot lock clamp, onboard storage, and three blades
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WEN 16-Inch Variable Speed Scroll Saw
Remember when you could make artful and intricate cuts in your work pieces? The WEN 16-inch Variable Speed Scroll Saw gives you full control over your designs and creativity. Our unique blade holder accepts both pinned and pinless blades while also allowing users to change the direction of their cut. For pinned blades, simply pop the pin out of the front holder and turn the blade 90 degrees. Now, your cuts are no longer confined by the 16-inch throat of the scroll saw. On top of that, our removable pinless blade holder tightly grips blades to prevent them from coming loose during operation.
The variable speed ranges anywhere from 550 to 1600 strokes per minute and can be easily adjusted by the speed knob located on the front of the machine. The spacious 16-by-11-inch table bevels up to 45 degrees to the left. Easily cut wood up to 1.9 inches thick with the 9/16 inch stroke of the saw's arm. The tension-release switch is easily accessible right at the top of the machine for quick blade changes. The air pump clears dust from your work area to give you precise cuts with a clear line of vision. This combined with the 1.5-inch dust port work together to keep your station sawdust free. And, because it's a WEN product, your scroll saw some comes backed by a two-year warranty, a nationwide network of skilled service technicians and a friendly customer help line all to make sure you remember WEN.
- Scroll Saw
- Cast Iron Base
- LED Worm Worklight
- 1.5-Inch Dust Port
- One 5-inch Pinless Blade
- Two 5-inch Pinned Blades
- Beveling 16-by-11-inch Table
- On-Board Blade Storage
- Hold-down Foot Clamp
- Adjustable Air Pump
- Pinless Blade Adapter
- Hex Wrenches
- On-Board Pinless Adapter Mount
- Two-Year Warranty
Tilting Table with 16-inch Depth
The spacious table features a 16-inch depth for cutting large workpieces and bevels up to 45 degree left.
Uses Pinned and Pinless Blades
Whether your preference is pinned or pinless blades, the WEN 16-inch Variable Speed Scroll Saw handles them both.
Sturdy Cast Iron Base
Our stable cast-iron-constructed base prevents walking and limits vibration during operation.
Variable speed can be adjusted anywhere from 550 to 1600 strokes per minute with the simple turn of a knob.
Adjustable Air Pump
The air pump removes sawdust from the blade in order to provide a clear line of sight to the task at hand.
Flexible LED Work Light
The flexible worm work light can be adjusted and moved to illuminate workpieces of any shape and size.
Onboard Blade Storage
Onboard blade storage ensures extra blades will be close by for whenever they are needed.
Hold Down Clamp
The foot-lock clamp prevents the workpieces from shaking and sliding in unwanted directions during operation.
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Remember when your scroll saw could cut in two different directions? Take on the most intricate and artful cuts with the WEN 16-Inch Variable Speed Two-Direction Scroll Saw. The 9/16-inch stroke saws through hard woods up to two inches thick. Adjust the speed anywhere from 550 to 1600 strokes per minute with the simple turn of a knob. The cast iron base prevents vibration and walking during operation while the spacious 16-by-11-inch table bevels up to 45 degrees for angled cut. The adjustable air pump clears saw dust from your work area to give you a clear line of vision as you cut. This combined with the 1-1/2-inch dust port keep your work area clean so you can focus on your woodworking. The saw also includes a hold-down foot clamp for securing your project in place along with a flexible work light that bends and adjusts to whatever position your heart desires. This unique blade holder accepts both pinned and pinless blades while also allowing users to change the direction of their cut to accommodate their particular workpiece. For pinned blades, simply pop the pins out of the front holder and turn the blade 90 degrees. Now, your cuts are no longer confined by the 16-inch throat of the scroll saw. On top of that, our removable pinless blade holder design tightly grips blades to prevent them from coming loose during operation. Onboard blade and holder storage creates simple organization solutions between jobs. And because its a WEN product, your scroll saw comes backed by a two-year warranty, a nationwide network of skilled service technicians and a friendly customer help line, all to make sure you remember WEN.
Top Customer Reviews
UPDATE... after several evenings of cutting out many small parts for a toy for my grandson, I can say that I am very impressed with the results. Everything (Noah's Ark + many animals) you see in the attached photo was cut with the WEN.
Update: contact with Tech Support went quickly; just email them receipt and they will provide pre-paid shipping label.
Update: supplier sent me a new saw, and it has worked as promised. Return of damaged product was pretty much as hassle free as you could expect and only took about 10 days from returning to to local UPS store until UPS delivered my replacement.
- Easy to setup and use
- Variable speed
- Takes both pin and pinless blades
- After the first day, the screws holding the internal fly-wheel fell out and the saw was not operating. Seems like they didn't tighten them enough in the factory. I took the side panel off and screwed them back in (took about 2 minutes to fix). It's been working fine ever since and they haven't come loose again.
- Blades aren't very easy to switch out. The bottom part where the blade attaches is mostly covered, so threading the pinless blades down there can take some practice.
Recommendations w/ Purchase:
- Purchase some good blades like Flying Dutchman or Olsen
- Purchase a foot switch
- Purchase a blade lubricant stick
Overall, if you are looking for a cheaper saw that gets the job done, this is a good choice. I'm a new scrollsawer and my projects already look semi-professional so I'm happy about that. If you are going to do a lot of internal cuts, you might want to consider another saw where blades can be switched easier. This saw works for me though, so I'm still happy with my purchase.
As this is a cheap device, it comes with its own flaws. First noticeable flaw is that the saw is without vibration upto medium speed and if you go to the high speed it wants to jump around. This maybe amplified by the fact that my table is not the most stable table. Another problem is that the original insert has giant gaps which makes cutting intricate details difficult and if you are not careful it can cause your narrow pieces to break. However, it was really easy to make a zero-clearance insert for it which I made from some leftover parts. It makes a huge difference as you can make your insert flush with the table. Also, the bottom blade holder is really not accessible which makes working with pinless blades really difficult. So, I removed the guard and made a little holder for its toolbox on a piece of plywood and screwed it to the casted body of the saw.
Some customers have complained about the blades slipping out of the holders no matter how much you tighten the holder. This is because the blades usually come with a slipper surface and covered with a layer of oil to protect them from rust. Just a little sanding of the end of the pinless blades help them to stay in the holders even with a very high tension.