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Craftsman 16" Variable Speed Scroll Saw

Item# 00921602000P | Model# 21602 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Add Versatility & Power to Your Workshop Whether you're putting the final touches on a project or building from scratch, you can cut through soft and hard woods, plastic as well as soft metals with this Craftsman 16" variable speed scroll saw. Get every job done your way with a variable speed from 400 to 1,600 strokes per minute. A large cast iron work table with up to 45° tilt lets you work on your bevel cutting. The multi-directional dust blower keeps the cutting line free of dust and debris so that you can focus on precision.

  • 1.6 amp scroll saw offers a 60 Hz motor and operates at 120V
  • Variable speed from 400 to 1,600 strokes per minute
  • Cuts through soft or hard woods, plastic and soft metals
  • Large cast-iron table tilts up to 45° degrees for bevel cutting
  • Accepts standard 5" pin and plain-end blades
  • 2" maximum cutting thickness at 90° degrees; 1" at 45° degrees
  • 16" depth of throat
  • Multi-directional dust blower keeps cutting line free of dust and debris    
  • Dust extraction port connects to shop vacuum for easy cleanup
  • On-board storage conveniently holds extra blades
  • Kit includes 4 pin and blank-end blades & blade wrench
  • Some assembly required
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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By blue_hoots
September 3rd, 2013
Great project saw

Have used saw several times on 1" pine, 2" spruce and laun. Have had no problems cutting any of the above. I have used both pinned and non-pinned blades for various projects and have had no issues whatsoever with changing them. I have also used round blades (they cut in both directions) which also function well. I have yet to break a blade.

15 found this review helpful
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By BradinOregon
October 8th, 2008
Doesn't work well with plain end blades

I struggled for 2 hours to get this to hold plain end blades. It simply won't hold the really small ones. The design for holding plain end blades is very bad. As you screw in the hold down screw, it torques the holder so far to the right, the blade comes right out. If I had a third hand, maybe it would work. It handled pin-end blades just fine. However, I took the saw back to Sears, and it won't handle 1/2 of the blades it says it handles. Brad

30 found this review helpful
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dman4698

Do Not Buy

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Worst product from Craftsman I have ever bought. Don't waste your time and money on this product. Have ruined 5 projects because of very severe Vibration. Blade hook up on bottom is very difficult.

June 14th via sears.com
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searscom

great for pinewood derby cars

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works great Craftsman is a great brand been using them since as far back as i can remember

January 31st
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searscom

Well made!

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Got it for Christmas gift. Works great. Good quality.

December 31st
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