Size & Weight
Our Top Choice
DeWalt Variable-Speed Scroll Saw
Way back in 1922, the founder of DeWalt perfected the first woodworking machine and since then the company has done nothing but grow and flourish in the power tools industry.
Has a double-parallel link hand design. Quiet and doesn’t vibrate much. Tool-less blade changes. Flexible dust blower. Variable speeds depending on use. Arm lifts for different cuts.
Might not be ideal for someone looking for a tool to be used in a commercial setting.
29.5 x 19.5 x 12.1 inches; 65.6 lbs.
Rockwell Blade Runner X2
Rockwell is a top manufacturer of power tools, and is dedicated to industrial automation and information.
Compact and lightweight. Suitable for precision on small cuts. Riving knife system. Quite affordable.
It’s loud and the blade sometimes vibrates.
1.5" (wood), 1.25" (PVC)
15.75 x 17 inches; 14.7 lbs.
Hegner 18-Inch Variable Speed Scroll Saw
Hegner’s purpose has always been to provide the best quality materials and accessories to the woodworking community.
Smooth, well-built scroll saw with electronic variable speed induction motor. 7-year warranty.
However, it is extremely expensive.
2.55" (wood), 1.57" (plastic)
400-1440 SPM (variable)
24.01 x 9.25 inches; 50 lbs.
Delta 20-Inch Variable Speed Power Scroll Saw
Delta is a legacy of quality. For more than 90 years, Delta has been one of the most revered brands in woodworking tools.
Easy to insert blades. Blade tensioning mechanism is easy to control. Hardly vibrates and is very quiet.
Power switch not positioned well and sometimes prevents operation when adjusting light position.
30 x 20 x 48 inches; 60 lbs.
WEN 16-Inch Variable Speed Scroll Saw
WEN has built a strong reputation for designing, manufacturing, and distributing high-quality power tools.
Cuts wood up to 2 inches thick. Sturdy and includes a flex light for maximum visibility.
There are reports that it’s difficult to replace the scroll saw’s blades.
2 inches at 90°
24 x 11 x 13 inches; 27 lbs.