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Tooline Scroll Saw

Tooline Scroll Saw

905 days ago by Nighthawk | 2 comments »

Power: 125 Watt Speed: Variable 500-1650RPM Max Cuting Thickness: 50MM Stroke: 20MM Throat: 405mm Bevel: Adjustable tilte 45° Accessories: Light, Rotoary tool for engraving (take dreamal bits), pinless blade adaptor Cost new: $299.00 NZD Bought Mid 2011I am the type of person that buys things to meet my needs and not go out and buy the latest and greatest and try to keep up with the Jones, and then never use that tool I have just bought....

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Nice scroll saw that has some useful features

Nice scroll saw that has some useful features

2046 days ago by ferstler | 1 comment »

I do not use this saw much, but I got it on clearance at Home Depot some time ago, and do manage to make the purchase worth the cost from time to time. Yep, it no longer is available there as a new item, but Sears still has the same unit available in its stores (in a different color, of course), and used items might be on hand here and there. Other than more vibration than I like, this saw works OK. I found that by mounting the thing to a heavy bench (which itself is bolted to the shop wa...

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good saw great price

good saw great price

606 days ago by americancanuck | 4 comments »

Less than a month ago I started into scrolling with an ancient Delta saw I got at a yard sale for $5.00. It only took me about a day to discover 2 things. first I was facinated with scrolling and second I would need a better saw if I was to really do any serious work. So I started researching saws. I found this King Canada saw at a local tool store for $120.00 CAD. I have never been happier. It doesn’t have all the features that a much more expensive saw would have and I had to do a lit...

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serious reassesment

serious reassesment

583 days ago by americancanuck | 18 comments »

Whem I first purchased this saw I was happy with it. It was a dramatic improvement over what I had been using. Now after using it for several weeks I must, unfortunately, change my view. I have been using this saw rather extensively and what I am finding, after completly disassembleing it is that it is almost completly worn out. the blade holders (made of plastic) no longer hold the blades properly and the tension arrangement loosens up while you are cutting. I understand that it is an entry ...

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Scheppach Deco-Flex - a decent starter scrollsaw for an OK price

Scheppach Deco-Flex - a decent starter scrollsaw for an OK price

419 days ago by Skiedra | 4 comments »

+ nice working capabilities+ normal operating noise+ large “throat” depth+ takes both pin and pinless blades+ the addons and the rotary tool is a perfect addition to a beginner scrollsawer. So you do not need to buy a dremel or any similar rotary tool - bit painful process to change the blades. You have to rotate 3 screws, 2 on top, 1 at the bottom of the saw.- you seriously need to bold it down, otherwise it moves- attached rotating bit are a bit too “toyish”, but does some light sanding/...

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