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  • 23" Craftsman Scroll Saw For Sale

    I have a saw that I inherited a couple years ago and have never used. The following specs apply:

    Heavy cast iron base, table & yoke
    TEFC direct drive, 1/6 HP, 2 speed (1725 & 825 SPM) motor.
    23" throat capacity
    2-5/8" thickness cutting capacity
    20-1/2 x 10" adjustable table, w/insert and angle indicator (0-45 degrees)
    Eye shield
    Built-in dust blower
    Blade tension control

    I doubt the saw has been used for 2 hours, its just like new and everything works perfectly. I'm willing to accept any reasonable offer + shipping (if reqiired). I live in the Tampa Florida area. I hope someone can put this saw to work.

    Anyone interested can reach me directly at [email protected].

    Thanks.

  • #2
    If it doesn't sell, donate it to your local Boys and Girls Club and offer to give lessons. Nothing like teaching new scrollers!
    Fred


    There's a fine line between woodworking and insanity, I'm just not sure which side of the line I'm on!

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    • #3
      Not a bad saw if it has veriable speed and does it accept pinless and pinned blades. I have a craftsman and wish I could afford another but ..new one like he is speaking of sells $279 at sears .

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