HISTORY: Excalibur EX-30vs Precision Scroll Saw by Sommerville Design
This scroll saw was originally purchased several years ago for $1500 as the top of the line scroll saws, and still functions flawlessly.
It was well taken care, and used for a year on a consistant basis only to make intricate cuts on easy to cut 1/8" PVC sheets, so the motor is still strong as day one.
I am the original owner, but I'm looking to start another hobby, so it's time to clean house.
- The Excalibur scroll saw uses a parallel link mechanism which ensures smooth operation and low vibration, resulting in easy control of the workpiece, smooth accurate cuts and low operator fatigue.
- 30 INCH THROAT depth allows cutting of large work pieces.
- The saw is driven by a variable speed motor, allowing cutting speeds from 0 to 1650 strokes per minute. This enables the operator to cut all woods, as well as very soft materials such as plastics, and very hard materials such as bakelite or metals.
- 30 inch throat depth allows cutting of large work pieces.
- The top arm may be raised to allow easy threading of of the blade through the workpiece when making inside cuts.
- The table may be TILTED up to 45 degrees to the left and 25 degrees to the right to allow bevelled cuts.
- An air pump and tube keep the top of the workpiece free of sawdust, making it easy to see and follow a line.
- Blade changes are made quickly and easily without tools.
- The saw may be bench mounted or fastened to its stand.
- Length: 40"
- Width: 12"
- Height: 16"
- Weight: 65 lbs
- Throat: 30"
- Max. Cutting Depth: 2"
- Speed (strokes per minute): 0 to 1650
- Worktable: 12" x 17"
- Floor Stand: 32" H x 16" W x 30" L (weight 15 lbs)
The manual is available here: Manual-Excalibur-ScrollSaw-EX19-30
Asking only $450 !!
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