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    Hi guys and gals, Im new here trying to find info on Skil M/N 3330 Type 1 Scroll saw I saw on the internet for $80.00. I can't find any data to speak of. It seems Skil doesn't produce scroll saws any more. Can anyone give me their opinion? This will be my first Scroll saw. What say you?

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    Go to www.scrollsaws.com. Rick may be able to help you.
    Mick, - Delta P-20

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