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cwmagee
cwmagee
Member - Level 2
Last Activity: 11-08-2018, 02:25 PM
Joined: 12-14-2013
Location: Chenango Forks, NY
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  • cwmagee
    replied to "Ghost Goodie Holders"
    Melanie,

    They are neat. I love the eyes
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  • cwmagee
    replied to Pegas blades
    Thanks to Steve Good's review of the Pegas Modified Geometry, I decided to give them a try. That was about 6 months ago. Since then I have used them exclusively unless I run out before the new shipment arrives. I rarely have any problems with broken blades. Since I started using them on my EX21 I have...
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    Last edited by cwmagee; 10-26-2018, 05:59 PM.

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  • cwmagee
    replied to Pegas blades
    Brian,

    The Wooden Teddy Bear Bought Mikes business a couple of years ago. Shortly after Mike sold he passed away.
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  • cwmagee
    replied to Confused "newbie", here!
    If my memory is correct you have a set screw on the left side of blade clamp and the thumb screw on the right side on both upper and lower blade clamps. If you do not adjust both set screws so they are the same (just proud of blade clamp slot), your blade will not be square.
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  • cwmagee
    replied to Confused "newbie", here!
    I have been scrolling for nearly 14 years and have never disassembled my saw. I originally owned a Dewalt 788 Type 1. the only issue I had was with the On/Off Switch failed. This was no problem as I bypassed the switch and used a foot pedal on/off switch, which is a far more convenient way to scroll....
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    Last edited by cwmagee; 10-21-2018, 09:24 AM.

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    cwmagee posted a Visitor Message for ptofimpact
    Frequently I will just cover the back with use Blue Painters tape. If the pattern is very intricate (lots of potential points that might break). I then use1/8" tempered hard board and light duty double sided carpet tape on the edges.
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