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    Hello all i`m looking forward to being part of your group, i love my scroll saw but havent been on it for over 2 years as i have been ill. i am now ready to get back on it and feeling quite nervers.

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    Welcome to the group. There are many skilled people on this site willing to help folks with the scroll saw.

    If you move this to the new member thread you will get more responses to you post though.

    either way Welcome

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      Welcome to the forum
      Hegner Polymax- 3,Hegner Multimax-3,
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