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Super-Sized Excalibur Scroll Saw Vernon Rockville CT

The tilting head mechanism makes scrolling at an angle a dream. A large knob on the front of the machine controls a rack and pinion mechanism for tilting the saw up to 45-degrees left and right with positive stops at 22.5-degrees, 30-degrees and 45-degrees. Release the lock lever and turn the knob to adjust.

Woodcraft - Manchester/Hartford, CT
(860) 647-0303
249 Spencer Street
Manchester, CT

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Moore's Sawmill
(860) 242-3003
171 Mountain Ave
Bloomfield, CT

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The Home Depot
(860)231-1919
503 New Park Ave
West Hartford, CT
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Mon-Sat: 6:00am-10:00pm
Sun: 9:00am-6:00pm

Vernon - Sears Hardware Stores
(860) 870-4000
10 Pitkin Rd
Vernon Rockvl, CT
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Mon:8-21
Tue:8-21
Wed:8-21
Thu:8-21
Fri:8-21
Sat:8-21
Sun:9-18
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Mon:8-21
Tue:8-21
Wed:8-21
Thu:8-21
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Petersen's Hardware Inc
(860) 644-8013
850 Sullivan Ave
South Windsor, CT
 
Connecticut Wood Group's Hardwood Outlet
(860) 253-0444
18 Mullen Road
Enfield, CT

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The Home Depot
(860)286-0300
55 Granby Street
Bloomfield, CT
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Mon-Sat: 6:00am-9:00pm
Sun: 8:00am-7:00pm

The Home Depot
(860)465-5631
418 Boston Post Road
Windham, CT
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Mon-Sat: 6:00am-9:00pm
Sun: 8:00am-7:00pm

Star Hardware
(860) 875-3031
64 Main St
Ellington, CT
 
Star Hardware
(860) 872-4675
642 Tolland Stage
Tolland, CT
 
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Super-Sized Excalibur Scroll Saw

Super-Sized Excalibur Scroll Saw

The tilting head mechanism makes scrolling at an angle a dream. A large knob on the front of the machine controls a rack and pinion mechanism for tilting the saw up to 45-degrees left and right with positive stops at 22.5-degrees, 30-degrees and 45-degrees. Release the lock lever and turn the knob to adjust.

 

The flip-up arm simplifies pierced cuts and blade changes.  Just unlock the lower blade holder, lift the arm and the blade out of the piece, move to the next hole, lower the blade, lock it in and go.

The new Excalibur EX-30 scroll saw is finally here. It's identical to the EX-21 except bigger. It boasts a 30-in. throat and has a large 14-in. x 32-1/2-in. table. A larger table means better support for your work and the deep throat gives you more swing for larger projects. Of course, the EX-21 also has lots to offer with a 21-in. deep throat and a 13-1/2-in. x 23-1/2-in. table. Both saws have 2-in.-thick stock capacity and feature Excalibur's famous parallel link drive system that keeps the blade moving in a near-straight up-and-down motion. Angled cuts are accomplished by tilting the head (top photo) rather than the table. If you've ever done a lot of scrolling on a tilted table, you can imagine how nice it is to keep the stock flat while cutting. Excalibur's lifting arm feature makes blade changes and pierced cuts a snap (bottom photo). Power, speed and blade tension controls are all within 2-in of each other and right up front where you want them. Blade changes and adjustments are all tool-free. The machine's designers have even thought to include a series of holes in the base to hold blade storage tubes.

Source:
General International, www.general.ca, EX-30 Scroll Saw, $900; EX-21 Scrollsaw, $750.

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