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  • DeWalt scroll saw vibration

    Can anyone help with vibration on my DeWalt? It has very few hours on it, but it is no longer under warrenty. The problem starts when the saw is running over half speed. At low speed the saw don't vibrate.

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    Re: DeWalt scroll saw vibration

    I had the same problem with my RBI Hawk and the problem was a uneven floor. I solved the problem by putting concrete paving stones under the Table legs. The stones are 12' X12' X 1' thick and only cost a buck apiece at the local home center. If it don't work, you can always use them in the garden as stepping stones!  Good luck !  
                                           ol' fred

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      Re: DeWalt scroll saw vibration

      Perchjerker;
      I just found this site so sorry for the late reply. I had a vibration problem with my DeWalt when I owned one and I found that by moving it to many different locations on my wood floor untill I found the best spot was the answer for me. My DeWalt is long gone now because it wore out and I am now using a different make.
      W.Y.

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