I've fixed it.
I have updated the wiki with more information on the machine.
Please remember that it is on loan. Charles will want it back at some
On Aug 23, 12:35 am, amx109 <amx...@gmail.com
> i looked this evening at the remnant of the blade - looks to be the pin type
> updated wiki page with more info and pics
> On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 9:55 PM, Adrian Godwin <artgod...@gmail.com
> > An important choice on this type of saw is the blade mounting : either
> > 'pinned' (a pin is fixed in the end of the blade and hooks into the holder)
> > or 'unpinned' - the blade is flat and held in clamps. Some types of saw can
> > use either type. I don't know which type we have.
> > -adrian
> > On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 9:41 PM, amx109 <amx...@gmail.com
> >> thanks for the help Sam
> >> as soon as ive figured out how to get into the thing and measure the blade
> >> length i will order a set of blades.
> >> On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 11:16 AM, Sam Cook <sam.lindenrat...@gmail.com
> >>> Hi Amran,
> >>> It's a scrollsaw rather than a bandsaw (assuming you're talking about the
> >>> saw with a very fine blade and very little clearance). As a general note
> >>> it's only really for fine detail work on fairly thin wood. This
> >>> <http://www.screwfix.com/search.do?fh_search=scrollsaw+blade
> link is