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  • How to identify the model # of an old Delta saw?

    Hi folks,
    I'm new to the forum. I have an old Delta Milwaukee Scroll Saw, 24 inch, that I believe is from the early 1950's. The serial number is 104-6693. It looks like a series 40 when I compare looks and part numbers on the Delta PM 1512 Operating and Maintenance Instructions.
    How can I tell the actual Model number?
    Thanks!

  • #2
    The easiest way would be to post a couple of pictures and I'm sure somebody here will know what model it is.
    Tim

    If you need a tool and don't buy it, you will pay for it and not have it

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    • #3
      scroll saw pics

      hope I got this correct.
      Attached Files

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      • #4
        Most of the time, manufactures put the model number on the same plate that has the serial number on it. The plate is on the top of the motor in your pictures.

        george
        A day without sawdust is a day without sunshine.
        George

        delta 650, hawk G426

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        • #5
          Hi ship4u - take a look at this page link.

          http://bridgeport.askmisterscience.com/1962-1.gif

          This looks to be your saw except that it includes the optional accessories. Curiously enough the motor is listed as an accessory!

          Hope this helps
          Jim in Mexico

          Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.
          - Albert Einstein

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          • #6
            Thanks for the link and the help!

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