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    Hi Everyone. I am in the UK and have bee looking on e-bay. There is a Delta 40-500 scroll saw on there and the seller says it has variable speed. I am not familiar with this saw so could you guys tell me if it is a decent saw. I would like to know if possible what the speed range is. Looking at the picture it has quick release blade clamps and a quick tension lever. It has only been used a few times and the guy is selling it due to ill health. Many thanks.

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    It seems that Delta was takenover by Dewalt who was taken over by Black and Decker.

    I tried to search for the 45-500 and keep running into dead ends. A lot of folks are having trouble with manuals and parts since 2006 that is when this started.

    Something to keep in mind.

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      The Delta 40-540 runs at 400 to 1800 strokes per minute.
      happy scrolling
      Steve

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