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    I am selling a slightly used...HEGNER 22" Variable Speed saw features a large 22" capacity to handle virtually any project size, the unique Quicklock tension release system to make fretwork and inside cuts extremely easy, the 400-1700 RPM variable speed motor, dual-tilt slotted table, plus all the other features that make HEGNER a breed apart from all other scroll saws. HEGNER scroll saws are known for easy blade installation, long blade life, superb cutting control, smooth and quiet operation, accurate sawing, smooth edges without sanding, and unsurpassed reliability.And now the Hegner 22-V comes standard with the new Hegner Sawdust Management System (shown above with hold-down removed) which gives you the choice of either blowing the sawdust off your cutting line, drawing out the sawdust into a separte dust collection device, or using a combination of both, giving you a clear view of your cutting line whenever the machine is running.
    $1140.00 OBO

    This saw is in Sherwood Park Alberta

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