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The Hawk Precision Scroll Saw
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Our saws will cut almost any material you can think of; soft woodshard woods, even manufactured type woods like plywood veneer,  mdf,  partical board, and melamine. With a drip tank, they can even cut  glass,  ceramic tile, and stone!
But our saws don't stop there. We cut plastics of all kinds, organic material like horns, antlers, and   bone. We can cut both precious and non-precious metals including   aluminum,  copper, brass, silver, and even gold!
2 5/8"
13 1/2"

43 1/2"
27 1/4" minimum
10 Gauge Steel Legs
93 lbs
19 1/2" x 33"
1 Year all parts and labor

39" x 21" x 20" 96#
7" x 7" x 37" 30#
7" x 7" x 37" 38#
7" x 7" x 15"  8#
Throat Capacity
Maximum Cutting Thickness
Cutting Strokes Per Minute
Work Table
Cutting Table Height:
Standard Legs
Standard Legs with Extensions
Chair Legs
Bench Legs
Distance Between Chair Legs
Max Forward Tilt (extension on back legs only)
Table Overhang
Floor Space Requirements
Manufacturer's Warranty
Shipping Dimensions:
Box 1
Box 2 (Standard Legs)
Box 2 (Chair Legs)
Box 2 (Bench Legs)
2 5/8"
13 1/2"

43 1/2"
27 1/4" minimum
10 Gauge Steel Legs
97 lbs
19 1/2" x 39"
1 Year all parts and labor

39" x 21" x 20" 105#
7" x 7" x 37" 30#
7" x 7" x 37" 38#
7" x 7" x 15"  8#
Long 7/8" Blade Stroke for faster, cleaner cuts that need little to no sanding!
Large Cast Aluminum Table (13 1/2" Diameter) provides a large work area in front of the centrally located blade for better control and more support of your work.
Pressure Foot gives maximum control even when making those intricate cuts that are so popular with scroll saw users.
Work Table Tilts a full 45° both left AND right!
Use any 5" Pinless Blade to make clean, polished cuts. We stock many styles of blade from multiple manufactuerers to ensure we have a blade that will work for you. You can cut hard or soft wood, plywood, MDF, particle board, OSB, plastic, corian, ceramic tile, soft stone (sand stone, Kansas lime stone, etc.), hard stone (marble, granite, etc.), non-ferrous metals, horn, antler, and much more.
Top or Bottom Feed lets you choose the way you prefer to insert the blade for your fret work.
Table-Forward Design is comfortable to sit at with a shop stool.
Rear Cam Over for quick release and precise setting of blade tension. More accurate than plucking the blade and turning a knob!
Precision Crafted Steel Base and Heavy Duty Legs made from 10 gauge steel for greater stability and long-lasting durability.
Front Cam Over tension release of upper blade holder allows you to change the blade in seconds. This allows you to make inside cuts quickly and easily.
Quick Change Blade Holders allow you to have either blade holder pre-loaded for quick blade style change out. Both the top and bottom blade holders clip into place.
Machined and Casted Parts for quality that lasts a lifetime.
Adjustable Nose allows you to tilt the blade slightly for more aggresive cutting.
Safety Spring and Stop for safer operation even if the blade breaks.
Flex Bellows and Loc-Line keeps the cutting area clean for greater visibility and safety.
Totally Enclosed DC Motor gives you complete control of the speed throughout the entire speed range. The motor is TENV to keep out harmful dust. The controller is designed to yield full torque over the entire speed range without overheating or stalling.
Engineered to run quietly and limit vibration.
Made in the United States of America
BM-Series Improvements
Both Models have the Adjustable Nose on the lower arm. Like the G4 and JuniorHAWK, the tilt of the blade is infinitely adjustable rather than the two position tilt that the ULTRA series carried.
Upper Arm is 38% lighter and is stronger vertically.
Lower Arm is 34% lighter and is stronger vertically.
Pitman Arm (the one that connects the motor to the lower arm) is 78% lighter.
The Motor Bearing Block has now been integrated into a new custom motor.
We have replaced the flywheel of the older motors with a custom Counter Weight specific to the saw model.
All of these changes to the motor have allowed us to increase the range of the motor from the previous standard, 250-1650spm, to a broader 100-1750 strokes per minute while still allowing us to further reduce the vibration.