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PARKSIDE Modelling Jigsaw £16.99 @ Lidl

£16.99 @ LIDL
(( TOUGH TURKEY TIME )) yes it's that time of year again when you have to sit around the table and pretend you like each other! Well hopefully someone has bought you one of these could come in handy f…
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(( TOUGH TURKEY TIME )) yes it's that time of year again when you have to sit around the table and pretend you like each other! Well hopefully someone has bought you one of these could come in handy for cutting the turkey or slicing the brussel sprouts or just cutting granny's toenails. anyway its a tool so men your gonna love it??
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#1
Such a sexist end to your post! I'm a woman and I've just bought one. X) I love tools! ;) I've bought it for doing arts and crafts. Can anyone say if this is suitable or do I need a more powerful one? :D
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Loubou
Such a sexist end to your post! I'm a woman and I've just bought one. X) I love tools! ;) I've bought it for doing arts and crafts. Can anyone say if this is suitable or do I need a more powerful one? :D
((actually it was a joke aimed at us men its a tool any tool we well buy it maybe never use it but its a tool a power tool)):p enjoy
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Loubou
Such a sexist end to your post! I'm a woman and I've just bought one. X) I love tools! ;) I've bought it for doing arts and crafts. Can anyone say if this is suitable or do I need a more powerful one? :D
A woman who loves a tool .....fairplay
1 Like #4
I bought one this morning too . Pretended it was for my son to do his railway modelling but really its for me !
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Loubou
Such a sexist end to your post! I'm a woman and I've just bought one. X) I love tools! ;) I've bought it for doing arts and crafts. Can anyone say if this is suitable or do I need a more powerful one? :D


​just got one. I have a bigger Bosch for DIY. This has much smaller slimmer blades and is handheld. the parkside has a smaller motor and looks suitable for detailed work . wood 12mm plastic 5mm metal 3mm. it looks like it can do very tight turns.

I'm looking to get more spare blades as there are only 2 blades. eBay doesn't seem to turn up anything obvious.
1 Like #6
Sit around the table and pretend you like each other doesn't apply to home parties only but Xmas office parties too especially pre-allocated seating arrangements.
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99rb
Loubou
Such a sexist end to your post! I'm a woman and I've just bought one. X) I love tools! ;) I've bought it for doing arts and crafts. Can anyone say if this is suitable or do I need a more powerful one? :D


​just got one. I have a bigger Bosch for DIY. This has much smaller slimmer blades and is handheld. the parkside has a smaller motor and looks suitable for detailed work . wood 12mm plastic 5mm metal 3mm. it looks like it can do very tight turns.

I'm looking to get more spare blades as there are only 2 blades. eBay doesn't seem to turn up anything obvious.


​Thanks. I want it for cutting acrylic to make bits of jewellery so it should do the trick from what you've said. The Bosch ones look good. I've seen others that look quite bulky. The lidl one is only 75w though. I'm worried that might be a problem. :D
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​The parkside looks ideal for close detailed work on a table top. I think 75w will be ok as the blade is tiny.

researching the blades, I can find nothing. on a us site for a similar Proxon jigsaw there is a suggestion that you use a scroll saw blade and clip the blade to the required length.

it looks like you'd get a couple of cut down blades from a scroll saw blade.


http://arizonagourds.homestead.com/minitools.html

I'm waiting on Lick customer services getting back to me.......
#9
lidl
#10
99rb
​The parkside looks ideal for close detailed work on a table top. I think 75w will be ok as the blade is tiny.
researching the blades, I can find nothing. on a us site for a similar Proxon jigsaw there is a suggestion that you use a scroll saw blade and clip the blade to the required length.
it looks like you'd get a couple of cut down blades from a scroll saw blade.http://arizonagourds.homestead.com/minitools.html
I'm waiting on Lick customer services getting back to me.......

Please can you let us know what they say? If it's hard to get blades for it, I'll get a refund. :D
1 Like #12
if I find a specific blade or method I'll post it up cheers
1 Like #13
blade details
56.5 mm long
3 mm depth including teeth
24 teeth over 38mm of blade
shank 16mm
going to guess it's about 0.3 to 0.4mm wide.

Proxon seems the most likely source.
1 Like #14
Proxxon

Related products:
1. Proxxon HSS Jigsaw Blades (Pack of 2) 47762 (Ref: 28056)2. Proxxon Supercut Jigsaw Blades (Pack of 2) 477733 (Ref: 28054)

this is a guess and I'll confirm when I get dimensions
1 Like #15
99rb
Proxxon

Related products:
1. Proxxon HSS Jigsaw Blades (Pack of 2) 47762 (Ref: 28056)2. Proxxon Supercut Jigsaw Blades (Pack of 2) 477733 (Ref: 28054)

this is a guess and I'll confirm when I get dimensions


Here is a link I've found. :Dhttp://www.axminster.co.uk/proxxon-supercut-jigsaw-blades-of-special-steel-477733
1 Like #16
99rb
Proxxon

Related products:
1. Proxxon HSS Jigsaw Blades (Pack of 2) 47762 (Ref: 28056)2. Proxxon Supercut Jigsaw Blades (Pack of 2) 477733 (Ref: 28054)

this is a guess and I'll confirm when I get dimensions


http://www.modelflying.co.uk/forums/postings.asp?th=112670&p=2
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Loubou
99rb
Proxxon
Related products:
1. Proxxon HSS Jigsaw Blades (Pack of 2) 47762 (Ref: 28056)2. Proxxon Supercut Jigsaw Blades (Pack of 2) 477733 (Ref: 28054)
this is a guess and I'll confirm when I get dimensions
Here is a link I've found. :Dhttp://www.axminster.co.uk/proxxon-supercut-jigsaw-blades-of-special-steel-477733
well all i have just cut two blades from a silver line scroll saw blade 130mm 10tpi
#18
Loubou
99rb
Proxxon

Related products:
1. Proxxon HSS Jigsaw Blades (Pack of 2) 47762 (Ref: 28056)2. Proxxon Supercut Jigsaw Blades (Pack of 2) 477733 (Ref: 28054)

this is a guess and I'll confirm when I get dimensions


http://www.modelflying.co.uk/forums/postings.asp?th=112670&p=2


​on Amazon too but Axminster are a very reliable company bricks and mortar almost in the South West, so will buy from them.

thanks
#19
urbanbushwacker
Loubou
99rb
Proxxon
Related products:
1. Proxxon HSS Jigsaw Blades (Pack of 2) 47762 (Ref: 28056)2. Proxxon Supercut Jigsaw Blades (Pack of 2) 477733 (Ref: 28054)
this is a guess and I'll confirm when I get dimensions
Here is a link I've found. :Dhttp://www.axminster.co.uk/proxxon-supercut-jigsaw-blades-of-special-steel-477733
well all i have just cut two blades from a silver line scroll saw blade 130mm 10tpi


​excellent, I'll have to get the bench grinder too......;)
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99rb
urbanbushwacker
Loubou
99rb
Proxxon
Related products:
1. Proxxon HSS Jigsaw Blades (Pack of 2) 47762 (Ref: 28056)2. Proxxon Supercut Jigsaw Blades (Pack of 2) 477733 (Ref: 28054)
this is a guess and I'll confirm when I get dimensions
Here is a link I've found. :Dhttp://www.axminster.co.uk/proxxon-supercut-jigsaw-blades-of-special-steel-477733
well all i have just cut two blades from a silver line scroll saw blade 130mm 10tpi
​excellent, I'll have to get the bench grinder too......;)
all you need is a pair of sharp pliers
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made two blades out of a sliverline scroll blade 130mm
#23
urbanbushwacker
made two blades out of a sliverline scroll blade 130mm


Where did you get blades from please?
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Loubou
urbanbushwacker
made two blades out of a sliverline scroll blade 130mm
Where did you get blades from please?
got all scroll blades 130mm from ebay tried the copy cuts out this morning and all work on metal plastic and wood cheaper than buying the original.
#25
urbanbushwacker
[img]https://s14.postimg.org/leza1js9d/20161204_231319.jpgimage free hosting[/img]


It may make little difference but it looks like the middle left (and poss middle right too) of your copies will cut on the down stroke. Mostly jigsaw blades cut on the up stroke thus putting the blade under tension. I'd have thought blades as slim as this might buckle if you try and cut on the down stroke...suspect it's down to making two jigsaw blades from one scrollsaw blade, one is right and one wrong - depends on which end of the scrollsaw blade you use.
#26
fubar888
urbanbushwacker
[img]https://s14.postimg.org/leza1js9d/20161204_231319.jpgimage free hosting[/img]
It may make little difference but it looks like the middle left (and poss middle right too) of your copies will cut on the down stroke. Mostly jigsaw blades cut on the up stroke thus putting the blade under tension. I'd have thought blades as slim as this might buckle if you try and cut on the down stroke...suspect it's down to making two jigsaw blades from one scrollsaw blade, one is right and one wrong - depends on which end of the scrollsaw blade you use.
yes that is right but iv used them to cut perspex sheet this morning with no problems at all plus this is just a way of let say trial and error it work for me! so just cut both your blades in the down stroke position.
#27
urbanbushwacker
fubar888
urbanbushwacker
[img]https://s14.postimg.org/leza1js9d/20161204_231319.jpgimage free hosting[/img]
It may make little difference but it looks like the middle left (and poss middle right too) of your copies will cut on the down stroke. Mostly jigsaw blades cut on the up stroke thus putting the blade under tension. I'd have thought blades as slim as this might buckle if you try and cut on the down stroke...suspect it's down to making two jigsaw blades from one scrollsaw blade, one is right and one wrong - depends on which end of the scrollsaw blade you use.
yes that is right but iv used them to cut perspex sheet this morning with no problems at all plus this is just a way of let say trial and error it work for me! so just cut both your blades in the down stroke position.


If you see no difference then great, glad they both work and it doubles your yield from each scroll saw blade!

In case others aren't aware the upstroke blade will tend to leave a cleaner finish on the side facing down, the down stroke blade will leave a cleaner finish on the side facing up as you cut (particularly true on brittle or splintery materials). Happy jigsawing!

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