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Reverse Skip Tooth Scroll Saw Blades
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These blades have the same performance characteristics as Olson Skip Tooth Blades with the added benefit of reverse teeth at the bottom for a smooth, splinter free finish on top and bottom.

Item Application TPI Width Thickness
FR440R For smooth, splinter free finish on top and bottom sides. Excellent for hard/soft wood, plywood, etc. of 1/4" or more. 28/21 REV .026 .011
FR443R 20/14 REV .029 .012
FR446R 12.5/9 REV .038 .016
FR448R 11.5/8 REV .047 .017
FR450R 11.5/8 REV .054 .019
FR453R 9.5/6 REV .062 .024
FR420R 9/5 REV .100 .022



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Skip Tooth Scroll Saw Blades
Traditional skip tooth design for woods and plastics. Consistent tooth structure, even sizing, long life and superior sharpness distinguish these blades.

Item Application TPI Width Thickness
NK2/0 Narrow kerf for extremely intricate sawing 30 .015 .008
PB2/0 Materials up to 1/8" 30 .015 .010
PB01 Materials up to 1/4" 25 .026 .012
PB02 Materials up to 3/8" 23 .028 .013
PB03 Materials up to 1/2" 20 .032 .013
PB04 Materials up to 5/8" 16 .035 .014
PB05 Materials up to 3/4" 16 .039 .015
PB06 Materials up to 7/8" 15 .043 .017
PB07 Materials up to 1" 14 .045 .018
PB08 Materials up to 1" 14 .048 .018
PB09 Materials up to 1-1/8" 14 .053 .019
PB10 Materials up to 1-1/4" 12.5 .057 .020
PB11 Materials up to 1-1/4" 12 .063 .020
PB12 Materials up to 1-3/8" 12 .071 .021
PB14 Materials up to 1-1/2" 10 .078 .022

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Premium Double Tooth Scroll Saw Blades
Exclusive saw blades with an alternative tooth design for wood and plastics. Two consecutive teeth are followed by a large space to cut more efficiently, remove sawdust better and provide a smoother finish than standard blades in many applications.

Item Application TPI Width Thickness
AP2/0 Materials up to 1/8" 37 .024 .011
AP01 Materials up to 1/4" 30 .026 .013
AP02 Materials up to 3/8" 27 .030 .013
AP03 Materials up to 1/2" 23 .032 .014
AP04 Materials up to 5/8" 20 .035 .015
AP05 Materials up to 3/4" 16 .038 .016
AP06 Materials up to 7/8" 15 .040 .017
AP07 Materials up to 1" 13 .044 .018
AP08 Materials up to 1-1/8" 12 .048 .018
AP09 Materials up to 1-1/8" 11 .053 .018
AP10 Materials up to 1-1/8" 11 .057 .018
AP11 Materials up to 1-1/4" 10 .059 .019
AP12 Materials up to 1-3/8" 10 .063 .019

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PGT Double Ground Tooth Scroll Saw Blades
Same as PGT® Ground Tooth with unique double ground tooth geometry.

Item Application TPI Width Thickness
PG495 Steady, close radius cutting in materials 3/16" or thicker 12/8 REV .040 .018
PG497 Steady, close radius cutting in materials 1/4" or thicker 10/8 REV .046 .018
PG499 Steady, close radius cutting in materials 1/2" or thicker 9/6 REV .048 .018


Blade Clamps
Extra blade clamps make your life easier by allowing you to prepare multiple blades for rapid, tool-free blade exchanges as you work, whether switching between blade sizes or simply replacing a dull one. Get one set of clamps for each blade size and type for maximum convenience!  

HEGNER standard blade clamps all share the same external size and shape, but are available with varying slot widths, and are sold BY THE PAIR.

Please note:  new HEGNER saws are supplied with one or two pair (depending on saw model) of medium (0.7mm) clamps.

Choose 0.5mm (small - .020") for sawblade sizes 4 or smaller.
Choose 0.7mm (medium - .028") for sawblade sizes 5 thru 9.
Choose 1.0mm (large - .040") for sawblade sizes 10 or larger.

Why different slot sizes?  HEGNER's unique, patented clamps grip the blade easily and effectively due to a leveraged crimping action produced by the inside edges of the clamp slot converging onto the blade at an angle.  This angle must be within a certain range for maximum effectiveness.

If the angle is too shallow (large blade in small clamp) the grip will not be as secure.  If the angle is too steep (small blade in large clamp) the gripping area will be too small, causing stress on the blade which can lead to premature blade breakage. The smaller the blade, the greater the benefit of the narrow slot clamps.

How do you easily identify which clamp is which?  Small and large slot clamps both have a smooth top, but are easy to differentiate since the large slot is twice the size of the small one.  The medium slot clamp has a dimple in its top so you can easily tell it apart from the others.  Also, all separately ordered clamp pairs are supplied in individual bags identifying their size.

Note:  If you own an older saw with older clamps, the dimple may not be present on medium clamps, as this feature was introduced less than 20 years ago.  If in doubt regarding size, loosen the clamp screw and use a feeler gauge to determine the slot width.  Then mark the clamp in some way that suits your needs, so that you can use it for the proper blade sizes.

Standard clamps are supplied with a HEGNER TuffScrew, as shown above.