Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Wilker Do's.

Inexpensive scroll saws may not work for many of the projects we like to cut but they do have their place. I found this video review of the Dremel Moto-Saw by April Wilkerson very well done. She gives the pros and cons of this sub $100 scroll saw/power coping saw. April is a breath of fresh air and I hope to see more from her. She is obviously a talented DIY craftswoman. Also check out her blog at Wilker Do's

This saw is a pin end blade only saw so that obviously limits what it can do.  There are no advanced features but that's not what this saw is all about. It is intended for the crafts person on a limited budget/limited needs and little space. Watch the video and see if it is something you could use in your shop.

Nice job April. Thanks for sharing your review.

You can do more research on the saw at this link.

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