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    Hi all
    new to this forum but am in need of some machine info
    I have just aquired a used delta ss250 w/vs and all and i am wondering if anyone has a manual to this that they might be able to copy and send me or put in pdf format that I can download ?

    Any help is appreciated
    thanks
    Bob

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    Try this - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...lance&n=228013

    or this -
    Last edited by Paul S WI; 01-21-2007, 02:32 PM.

    Paul S.

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    • #3
      I couldnt find the manual yet but Here is the number for Delta Customer Support: (800) 345-3358

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      • #4
        sorry Bob. I don't have a delta. but do wish to welcome you to the forum. I am sure you will find some inpho to help you out. your new friend Evie

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        • #5
          Delta, Dewalt and Porter Cable are all under the same company (Black and Decker believe it or not). If you go to Dewaltportercable.com and go to the support area, you can type in your model number and get a PDF of your manual.
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          DW788
          My scrollin' blog

          The worst day scrollin' is better than the best day o' workin'

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          • #6
            Originally posted by grybeard View Post
            ..{snip}..I have just acquired a used delta ss250 w/vs and all and i am wondering if anyone has a manual to this that they might be able to copy and send me or put in pdf format that I can download ?
            {snip}
            Bob:

            parts drawing for Delta are at the "dewaltservicenet.com" web site.

            Your ss250 PDF files can be found as a link on the following page:
            Delta ss250 parts drawing link
            (hint: click on the adobe PDF icon next to the printer .TIF file.

            If you go there, a heads up, very user unfriendly web page. Also, the Delta owner's manual has very little useful information.

            HTH
            Phil

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            • #7
              Hey fellow scrollers - Me thinks Bob started this thread over 2 years ago!!

              Paul S.

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              • #8
                lol he's right.
                Josh
                DEWALT 788

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                • #9
                  Hi, that link was very helpful. I'm a beginning scroll sawer and considering the Delta ss250, now it is Black and Decker BDSS100, and I could not find any information or manuals until Phil posted this link. thanks!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by clarechu View Post
                    Hi, that link was very helpful. I'm a beginning scroll sawer and considering the Delta ss250, now it is Black and Decker BDSS100, and I could not find any information or manuals until Phil posted this link. thanks!
                    The Black and Decker BDss100 is not the ss250. I strongly recommend you hold off on the BDss100 until you have read and absorbed some reviews of that saw. The Delta ss250 was an inexpensive saw, the Black and Decker is just cheap; there is a difference.

                    Take a look at that saw, it is an old tired out design of parallel arms. Look at newer designs, you will see that the up and down is limited to just the front 6 inches (or maybe 8 inches) of the arms. Thus the large mass going up and down (which causes a significant amount of the vibrations so many hate with their scroll saws) has been removed.

                    Phil

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