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  • CanadianScroller
    No picture but I assume....not a good thing to do..... that it is an old Delta with a fixed arm and a spring loaded upper blade clamp.

    This is something like a JET saw.
    They never die. The upper blade clamps are a bit finicky for fretwork, but Gary Browning uses his JET for his work with no problems.

    You might want to check out the site Old Wood Working Machines

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  • Joe-Bobst
    started a topic Delta 24" scroll saw

    Delta 24" scroll saw

    How does this old timer rate in the world of scroll saws? It was acquired from a school shop and needed just a few parts to get it up and running. Seems to be real smooth running, but needs some minor help with the lower blade clamp. Comments?


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