When the saw is locked into the base and clamped to a sturdy surface such as a table, it performs perfectly as a small scroll saw for intricate work such as cutting out handmade holiday ornaments. When the tool is detached from the base, it becomes a portable power coping saw for projects such as installing crown molding.
Like other Dremel tools, the Moto-Saw is built tough and comes with convenient features such as variable speeds and a dust-port adapter. It also comes with four different types of blades for cutting wood, plastic, laminate and thin metal in the scroll-saw position. Just think of all of the projects that you could do with this tool. The possibilities are endless.
Watch this episode of We Tried It to see our review of the Dremel Moto-Saw: