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  • DeWalt on sale at Grizzly

    Just saw this - saw, stand and light for $475

    H7414 DW788/7880/7881 20" Scroll Saw W/Stand And Light
    Janette
    www.square-designs.com

  • #2
    Not as good as the recent Woodcraft deal on the grey clone, but this is a pretty good deal
    Dale w/ yella saws

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    • #3
      After I bought mine , I found out later that Grizzly's had the better deal . Well I got burned .......but then this is what happens when you don't price around ..............MB
      Usually busier than a cat in a sandbox !!!!!!!!!!! MB { Dewalt 788 only }

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      • #4
        With all the problems people are having with this saw, is it really a good deal? One other thing with Woodcraft. Be carefuly what you buy there. I was about to purchase a 14 inch bandsaw from them until I realized they charged a 75.00 excess weight fee! Are you kidding me!!? I don't think that applies to their scroll saws. Obviously I went elsewhere where I got free shipping, no tax and NO excess weight fee. You really do have to shop around. While shopping for my bandsaw, I saw a few companies who gave a low ball price and then killed you on the shipping costs.

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        • #5
          Ray at Seyco is having a sale on the Excalibur too - I've been giving some serious thought to an EX 30.
          Janette
          www.square-designs.com

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Janette View Post
            Ray at Seyco is having a sale on the Excalibur too - I've been giving some serious thought to an EX 30.
            I would love to have that DeWalt but I'm afraid it would have problems, coming out of the far east.
            I planning on getting the Excalibur 21 from Seyco before December is over.

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            • #7
              As far as I know, with the exception of the eclipse - just about all scroll saws are made over there. I'd be interested to know of others that are made in North America.
              Janette
              www.square-designs.com

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              • #8
                Just the RBI that I can think of in addition to the Eclipse Janette.
                Dale w/ yella saws

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                • #9
                  Taken Straight from the wikipedia page. One addition, the Excalibur used to be made in Canada(found a Canadian model for sale on Ebay).


                  Many different brands of scroll saws are on the market today. Notable ones include Excalibur (made in Taiwan), RBI (made in the USA), Hegner (made in Germany), Eclipse (made in the USA), and DeWalt (originally made in Canada, but now made in Taiwan). There are also a number of less expensive scroll saws manufactured in Asia, including those from Delta, Dremel (Bosch), Craftsman, Ryobi, and others.

                  Scroll saw - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
                  DeWalt DW788 Type 1

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                  • #10
                    I was in the Clearwater, Florida Woodcraft store on December 2nd and they had a big stack of the Delta saws with stand and light for $349.00. So it looks like the one day Cyber Monday sale is still going on, at least at one store.

                    Bob

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                    • #11
                      What kind of problems are people having with the Dewalt, I am possibly looking for one in the near future.
                      Bob making sawdust in SW Louisiana
                      with a EX-21

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                      • #12
                        tools-plus.com has the Delta with stand and light on sale for $439.

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