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BobD
BobD
Grobet USA's National Sales Manager--Woodworking
Joined: 08-17-2004
Location: Lebanon, Pa
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  • BobD
    replied to pegas scroll saw
    If it's the Delta that looks like a DeWalt, unfortunately, no. That stand is basically a triangle, and you need a rectangle to attach the Pegas Saw. I do suggest the stand because it helps to reduce the vibration. Plus, if you decide to sell your Delta, you can get more if you sell it with the stand....
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  • BobD
    replied to Pegas 16" Scrollsaw?
    We are working on getting the 16" and 30" Pegas here in the U.S. The factory determines who gets the rights to sell the different models in different areas.

    Bob Duncan
    Pegas Woodworking
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  • Rolf,
    I have to check. I suspect the holes are in different locations for the 16" saw from the 21"

    Tony,
    Our coating is very different from the EX coating. I've been using my saw for over a year (doing my own cutting, my kids cutting, and having it on the show floor...
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  • Remove the blade. Remove four nuts from the bottom of the table, unscrew four bolts from the top of the saw. Remove table. Position new table, screw in four bolts, install blade and make sure it's centered in the hole, tighten down bolts. Replace nuts onto the bottom and tighten....
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  • Thanks John!
    That's important information and much appreciated....
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  • Just to be clear, we're not going to stock any saws with the larger table. This will be an aftermarket purchase....
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  • BobD
    started a topic Scroll Saw Tables: Question to judge interest

    Scroll Saw Tables: Question to judge interest

    Good morning everyone,
    Those of you with a Pegas, King Industrial, or Excalibur saw, what would your interest level be in a larger saw table with more space in front of the blade. I'm trying to gauge interest in an aftermarket table that would fit these saws that is slightly wider, but has almost...
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  • BobD
    replied to pegas tool review
    The Pegas is made in the same factory in Taiwan where Excalibur used to be made, and now the King Industrial, Jet, Seyco, Pegas, Axminster, and several other saws are made. The saws coming from Taiwan are the same quality as the Excalibur saws that were coming out of Canada. So, you can look at the...
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  • BobD
    replied to Material For Compound Cutting
    Unfortunately, I've got plans for this weekend; driving to Atlanta Sunday. I'm doing a presentation for a woodworking club in Georgia and meeting with two customers in the area.

    Just be careful with the chainsaw grinder!...
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  • BobD
    replied to Material For Compound Cutting
    Betty,
    I turned my first acrylic resin pen from one of Barry's blanks this Christmas. I tried two, and ended up melting the first one. I think they are different kinds of resin because the second one I did was much easier. I'm really interested on making my own, and I want to do some hybrids....
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  • BobD
    replied to Material For Compound Cutting
    Perhaps experiment with the different resins turners use? It requires some extra tools (pressure pot, air compressor, etc.) but then you could make blanks whatever size you want. I used my scroll saw with a #5 MGT blade to trim down some pen blanks. Use tape and a slow saw speed to keep it from welding...
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  • For what it's worth, I provide the tech support for the Pegas saws.

    Best Regards,
    Bob Duncan
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