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    RYOBI 1.2 Amp 16-Inch Corded Scroll Saw

    Model # SC165VS|Store SKU # 1001203690

    Overview
    Specifications
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    Overview

    Model # SC165VS Store SKU # 1001203690

    Ryobi presents the 16-inch Corded Scroll Saw, featuring a 16 inch maximum cutting capacity and easy, tool-free blade changes. Its cast aluminum table tilts from 0 Degree -45 Degree , while an integrated dust blower keeps the cutting surface clear of debris for maximum visibility. A variable-speed design offers flexibility to power through a variety of applications.

    1. 16-inch throat depth allows for maximum cutting capacity
    1. Tool-free blade clamp accepts plain and pin end blades
    1. Tilting cast aluminum table tilts tool-free from 0 degree-45 degree
    1. Integrated dust blower keeps the cut line clear for maximum accuracy
    1. 550-1600 SPM electronic variable speed to suit a variety of tasks
    1. Includes: (1) Scroll Scraw, (1) Blade and Operators Manual

    Specifications

    Dimensions

    Assembled Depth (in inches)
    26
    Assembled Height (in inches)
    14.5
    Assembled Weight (in lbs)
    27.448
    Assembled Width (in inches)
    12.9
    Packaged Depth (in inches)
    26
    Packaged Height (in inches)
    14.5
    Packaged Weight (In lbs)
    27.448
    Packaged Width (in inches)
    12.9

    Details

    Batteries Included
    No
    Cordless/Corded
    Corded
    Country of Origin
    CN-China
    Handheld or Stationary
    Stationary

    Warranty / Certifications

    3-Years
    1.2 Amp 16-Inch Corded Scroll SawPhoto of productRyobi presents the 16-inch Corded Scroll Saw, featuring a 16 inch maximum cutting capacity and easy, tool-free blade changes. Its cast aluminum table tilts from 0 Degree -45 Degree , while an integrated dust blower keeps the cutting surface clear of debris for maximum visibility. A variable-speed design offers flexibility to power through a variety of applications.
    RYOBI
    1001203690
    CAD179
    The Home Depot Canada
    1.2 Amp 16-Inch Corded Scroll Saw is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 350.
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    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love it. Just have to practice using it. Will... I love it. Just have to practice using it. Will add more when I really start using it.
    Date published: 2020-02-11
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from junk!! Blade holder stripped out first week. Went online and ordered parts but had to wait three months , on back order. Bought a WEN , much better saw with parts available. Blade tension on Ryobi keeps loosening up. Customer service said that is a common problem. Have now purchased a Hegner and RBI Hawk. Prefer hawk over hegner. Made in USA
    Date published: 2020-02-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from It was easy to put together. Great scroll saw for the price paid. It was easy to put together. Great scroll saw for the price paid.
    Date published: 2020-02-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Rating provided by a verified purchaser... Rating provided by a verified purchaser
    Date published: 2020-01-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice little machine. Great for the price... Nice little machine. Great for the price
    Date published: 2020-01-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Scroll saw I needed a scroll saw for making my whirligigs, and this ryobi scroll saw is the best so far, I had a skill one and it broke within 4yrs of having it, this ryobi one is not only better, but made well
    Date published: 2020-01-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome machine This was bought as an early Christmas gift I had a Central Machinery scroll saw and it lasted two years BUT this Ryobi scroll saw is so much smoother cutting and everything about it is just nicer , I will recommend it to anyone who is interested in scroll saw working as I would buy this again before buying a more expensive one .
    Date published: 2020-01-10
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Excellent dust removal; Worked fine Just purchased a couple days ago. It works fine, and had some issues that I was able to address. This is a longer review, as I am an advanced user looking for a machine for rough cuts and sanding. I am a semi pro as well as advanced user and a blue ribbon state fair winner. So I decided to take some time with this: My main machine right now is a new Excalibur. I have also used the Dewalt dw 788 and its similar Delta models. I bought this as a smaller footprint to use for sanding only since I use pinned blades with adapted sanding sheets on the scroll saw. This will be used for sanding only and perhaps some rough cuts only. So I am looking at this from that perspective. This is very detailed. I know of other reviews on this saw. Some good some less so. I read one where the blower did not work. Mine does, well .....etc... Saw another review where a motor control arm broke on first use. Mine didn't and works fine. Both pros and cons are intermixed here as I found fixes for some issues. NO MOUNT HOLES ON BACK OF SAW I am going to drill some. Saw was packed well, and no damaged parts. Was in original packaging. Saw is lightweight and has what appears to be Aluminum table. Cast Iron base. Tested on a low cost wood top work table. Placing on a permanent work bench may yield better results regarding vibration: Using a pinned blade at medium high pitch, low speed shows low vibration, with the blower working well. Increasing speed as expected did increase vibration, and on high speed vibration was somewhat pronounced but manageable. Deck size adequate for use on smaller pieces. Though a sixteen inch throat on this machine I would probably keep my work with blades at 5-10 inches due to vibration. Material hold down, which the manual calls a drop foot is connected to the blower feed. I don't use the hold downs at all so that was not tested, but since it must be lowered to the work-piece it required the blower to be adjusted each time a different thickness of wood was needed. [Not as easily done as with higher end saws.] After testing I removed the hold down. Both the blower and hold downs use Phillips screws so they were adjustable. Blower works well Tension knob works well and is easily accessible on back of saw. On off switch has a safety feature and the variable speed seems to work fine, and I noticed only a small amount of lag around the higher end. Sweet spot for speed about half way. Pinned blades easily attached. Note: In order to attach any blades to the bottom clamp there is a cover on the left of the saw covering the entire lower arm assembly. It has two screws that must be removed or the lower blade camp cannot be accessed. I looked the saw over well, and there is no way my hands will reach that lower clamp without removing that cover. I chose to leave it off, but keeping in mind the moving lower arm during use. I found no reference to this cover in the manual. I have found no other way to reach this lower blade mount. The table will tilt and this feature works well. Blower is very functional but I could see dust floating from it, and decided to wear a mask in its use, HOWEVER If you have a shop vac or a larger vac system it can be used with this saw. and is a front mount, which is directly under the blade and out of the way. I estimate more than 90% of dust was controlled with the vacuum outlet. I raised the blower tube all the way up, pointed the blower directly at the top of the blade. This allowed enough blow down the blade to keep the front of it uncovered for cutting. Should work that way for sanding as well. So the vacuum system for it does work and actually I was impressed. [Dust is one of my major concerns and I try to control that in all of my work.] The deck is very rough and appears stamped. But, even if not, it is far to rough for use with any delicate wood. At least I would not. To Ryobi- I ask: Can this deck be worked with as I state below? My fix? I am considering sanding this deck down to 1000 grit and then buffing with Johnsons paste wax All this said, it is a keeper. I will be using it for rough cuts and sanding. Which is why I bought it. So do keep in mind what you intend to do with a scroll saw and get what you need, Ryobi makes some good equipment, I own other pieces, they do some good work. I would not recommend this machine as a learning one as attaching non pin blades is somewhat difficult, and higher end machines are much easier to work with in that regard. I recommend it as a back up for other uses. I am a high end user that was looking for a low end machine to sand with, so I am used to simply fitting a non pinned blade and going to work in a flash. no image attached do to large files. All in all for the money this is a good machine. But not for heavy use, or making intricate cuts. photos are of the side plate removed and the lower blade chuck and screw upper right, and the lower arm ..the other pic is of the vac port which when attached to my shop vacuum worked very well. A nice feature.
    Date published: 2020-01-07
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    Was is covered under the 3 year warranty. There has been mention the the blade holding screws break are these covered by warranty and is this a common occurrence?

    Asked by: Cecil
    Hi Cecil, We are unaware of any repetitive issues with this model, however if it is a manufacturing defect it will be covered under the warranty within the 3 year period. Thanks, Ryobi Canada
    Answered by: The Ryobi Canada Team
    Date published: 2019-11-12

    Can I cut metal with this saw?

    Asked by: Sharon
    No as it’s meant for wood. Try looking for a good bandsaw. 
    Answered by: kreed20
    Date published: 2019-09-28

    I understand the maximum diameter of the wood cut is 16 inches. What is the maximum thickness of the wood?

    Asked by: confused
    Hi Confused, You can cut from 3/16 inches to 2 inches for wood and plastic. Thank you!
    Answered by: The Ryobi Canada Team
    Date published: 2019-02-05
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