Makita makes scroll saws that help you get your projects completed quickly. Makita scroll saws are manufactured with top-quality components that rarely break down. Over time parts on your Makita scroll saw can wear out and eventually break. When that happens, find the replacement parts you need to fix your Makita scroll saw at Sears PartsDirect.
How to choose the blade to use when cutting work pieces with your Makita scroll saw
Use a fine tooth blade for cutting thin work pieces such as wood veneer and thin plastics. You'll also use a fine tooth blade when you need a smooth cut on hard materials or when cutting a slow speeds.
Use a coarse tooth blade for cutting thick work pieces, when making straight cuts and when cutting at fast speeds.
Use a thin, narrow blade for tight radium work.
Use a thick blade for large curves and straight cuts.