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  • got my scroll saw conversion kit!!!!!!!!!

    got my blade conversion kit, or will get today, cant wait till it gets here. i have 5 dozen olsen saw blades. i can now cut patterns with small cuts. i am super excited i hope it works for my scroll saw it should.

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    What kind of saw do you have? Are you converting from "pinned" to "no pin" blades? If yes, I will tell you that I had an old ryobi when I first started cutting and I got one of the conversion kits and while it worked like a champ it only made me want a new saw. So, while the kit may make you happy in the short run it might turn out to be more expensive than you think because you will start eying those more expensive saws. . . . . (I'm not telling you . . . I'm just saying)

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    John
    I've Got A Lot More To Learn
    About Leaving Battlegrounds Alone
    "~~ Molly Venter

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      Big change for me between pin and no pin.The problem I had was not enough tension,after that everything went fine.
      Tony

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