The PS Wood 21” scroll saw is now machined and assembled in the USA. The saw is cast aluminum. It has constant tension, parallel arms and is belt driven, giving you consistent power even at different speeds. There are five speeds from 170 rpm to 1370 rpm. The Quick Change makes blade changing fast and easy. The table, measuring 14” x 22 ½” is one of the largest tables on the market. This saw is virtually maintenance free. The bronze bushings are self-lubricating and the ball bearings are double sealed. Once you have this machine, you will never need to buy another. Also included is a steel stand and two dozen of PS Wood’s awesome Super Sharps™ scroll saw blades. All that and backed by a company that prides itself on customer service.
Scroll Saw Specs:
Motor: 115 Volt/1.8 AMP
Throat Length: 21"
Cutting diameter: 42"
Table Size: 14" x 22 1/2"
Table Tilt: 45 degrees L & 30 degrees R
Arm Type: constant tension parallel action
Speeds: 5 speed (170, 450, 790, 1140, 1370)
Speed Change: round belt rolls on low profile pulleys
Weight: 90 lbs
Cut depth: 2 1/2"
Construction: die cast aluminum
Switch: rocker-style on/off
*Price includes saw, stand, Quick Change, T-handle, 1 dz #5 & #7 Super Sharp scroll saw blades
Posted by Mike on 06 06 2016
I do marquetry, and needed a saw that was easy to insert a tiny blade in a .026 hole. I liked the way PS works. From the top. No more looking in the dark bottom, bending the blade to insert it in the hole. I picked up a 16 year old saw. Everything is like new, no play in any bearings. If I ever need anything, I can still get parts. I replaced the belts, and upgraded to the quick release. PS answered any questions, and shipped parts in a day. I looked at a Hxxxxx saw, but the company never responded, so no deal. I didn't like the hum my motor transmitted to the aluminum base. So I used rubber isolation mounts. I am pretty sure the new motors are different, because they are 1.8 amp verses 2.2 for mine. I don't know if it is a joke, and all saws will do it, but I can put a nickel on the table and turn saw off and on and nickel still stands on edge. I am old and shaky, it takes my many tries to get it on edge. Bottom line , smooth, well built saw, no reason it won't last. My previous saw was variable speed, and would speed up, slow down, by itself, and hum. I like the round belt, I don't change speeds often. Can't imagine how nice this is after a cheap one.
Posted by Daiel Blackmon on 03 05 2016
I own a 21" Sakura. I bought it as one of the last orange ones . It's really a great saw, the blade holders could use some work though.
I made my own quick change top holder and made a new bottom blade holder and like it a lot more.
This is one great saw.
All prices are in USD.