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Randy
Last Activity: Yesterday, 11:40 PM
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Location: Manchester, TN
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  • So good! I wonder how many hours you have in this. I think this type of project shows off your artist side and skill more than most of the other project types. This is the one project type I've never done. I can cut lines, but this stuff is so much beyond that. I am amazed.
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    replied to Enco scroll saw / grizzly 22"
    Sakura is PS Wood now. I have heard of a few folks that used these back a long time ago, but don't know of anyone using them now. I've heard stories from a user that used these back in the day and said they were decent. It might be fun to go check it out. This price is less than the price of a new wen/shopfox...
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    Last edited by hotshot; 02-18-2020, 06:44 PM.

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    replied to Enco scroll saw / grizzly 22"
    There are comments from Scott (who does the animal wood puzzles), about his experiences with the Dewalt, and how he goes through a Dewalt a year. Jim Finn that wore out several of these making his boxes. I think a friend of his had a similar experience.

    I think the assumption is that though...
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    Last edited by hotshot; 02-17-2020, 01:42 PM.

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    replied to Word Art Patterns
    I love that method and may play around with that. The "Birds of Paradise" Font is my goto for scrolling wordart, but I like trying new things. That font is not free, but it was worth it for me. (Actually they may have a non-commercial version available if you are not selling)
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    replied to New project part 2
    This need to be in the next issue . . . . . ....
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  • hotshot
    replied to Deciding on a New Scroll Saw
    If Pegas starts to put that table on these saws by default, I think that would be a huge marketing advantage. I really like that they left the dust collection holes off. I think I would also call out the "tighter tollerances" improvements. If I saw that on the marketing materials, that would...
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  • hotshot
    replied to Deciding on a New Scroll Saw
    Hey as a lover of tool advances, you said a few things I'm really curious about. You mention a beefed up chassis, can you tell us a bit about what was changed in that regard? I had assumed the Pegas was just a rebranded original EX except for the paint and clamps, and table coating.

    So,...
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    Last edited by hotshot; 02-05-2020, 10:44 PM.

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    replied to Pegas saw has arrived
    Dan, the unidentified knob that looks like the clamp knob? Only other knob I know would be the knob that tightens in the Hold down, which most people discard.
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    Last edited by hotshot; 02-01-2020, 06:27 PM.

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  • Christine, I also have that saw. Delta parts are impossible to get right now. Luckly, a lot of those parts are identical to the Dewalt, especially for the front arms and clamps, so you can just lookup the equivalent DW788 part, and order that. That said, I would use this opportunity to upgrade up to...
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    replied to SSW&C Missing Issues
    I haven't gotten the last couple yet, but I do like ealiest 4 I have. Storing that many magazines is a pain, but keeping them on the computer is painless....
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  • Ronald, I have that same saw, but not entirely sure what part you are talking about. The handle that tightens the rack/pinion on these saws are usually screwed onto the pinon knob. Did yours break/fall off? There should be no external tools required for that saw.

    That said, I have good...
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    Last edited by hotshot; 01-25-2020, 10:58 PM.

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