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    I thought I would see if anybody here would be interested in buying my Delta 40-601 scroll saw. I live in Oklahoma City. For those of you who don't know, the 40-601 is a WORK HORSE to say the least. It is a variable speed 18" model. It uses the "C-arm" design. It sits on a VERY heavy duty stand that was purchased w/ the saw from Delta. It also has an over head lamp w/ it. I have been told that this was the last American made scroll saw that Delta sold, and I don't doubt it because this thang is a BEAST. I recently used it to cut some 1" solid red oak and it didn't even hesitate....I was amazed. I will also be including well over 200 new blades. Some are delta blades and some are Olson blades....various sizes. I have only used it twice, I bought it from an older man who also had used it very little. He paid just over $700 for the entire set up. I have no idea what is a fair price for this saw. Please let me know what you think would be fair.


  • #2
    I hope you have or are getting another saw
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    And the Long Island Scrollsaw Association


    • #3
      My father-in-law has a much smaller(cheaper) scroll saw that I can use when I need one. I am getting into woodworking, but have had little use thus far for a scroll saw. I'm sure I will regret selling it eventually. It's pretty impressive to use. There is virtually zero vibration, very smooth.


      • #4
        Would somebody atleast tell me what they think it's worth so that I can just list it in the paper?

        I would really appreciate some help.


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