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    Hi. I just got my first scroll saw. I bought a Grizzly 16' variable speed saw that takes pin type blades. Now I find I need a stand to put it on as it vibrates to much.
    I can't seem to find a stand for the Grizzly . Will a different brand work?
    I also can't seem to find spiral blades for the pin type.
    Is there any thing that I can add to this saw so it will take plain blades?

    So far I have only done a couple of sheets of the Workbook beginners practices patterns.

    Can anyone give me some advice on these things.

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    Re: spiral blades and stand

    Oh yes I forgot my e-maie is [email protected]

    Thanks Jane


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