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    i had to return my delta because it sounded like it was going to fall apart. so now i have a new dewalt and so far i like it a lot better. now maybe my 3D figures won't be handicaped.
    dewalt 788

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    Rob, glad that you are back in business. Steve
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      Get cuttin', Rob. I wanna see some of those 3D masterpieces.
      Mike

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