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|08-07-2012, 08:11 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2004
Location: Brandon, SD
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Small Delta saw
I have a customer in S.A. who asked me a question and don't have the answer.
Can anyone help?
"I am looking for the old small Delta Scroll Saw with a round table but I cannot find it in the market anymore."
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|08-07-2012, 11:48 PM||#2|
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If it is the one I am thinking of, it was a single speed (SS-10 maybe).
I bought mine in a pawn shop and absolutely worked it into the ground. The only things that were worth two hoots when I got done were the motor, table and switch. The blade holders were worn out (third set), the blower was dead and finally the tension rod broke.
That was at least five years ago and parts were scarce at that point.
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|08-08-2012, 01:23 PM||#3|
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I had a Delta SS250 that had a round table. I gave it away when I bougt a Delta SS350 which I am still using. I really like the blade holders Delta had.
|08-08-2012, 11:03 PM||#5|
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Hi Mike and all,
Finally I managed to register at the forum.
Yes, as mentioned above, the small Delta I was looking for is the SS250. It seems it was replaced by the Black & Decker BDSS100 16-inch Scroll Saw. I have my Dewalt for around 10 years now but unfortunately we can not find good quality scroll saws in Venezuela. I could find this small Black and Decker and it is a copy of the delta SS250. I have a project with 18 Children from 12 to 17 years old living in a home care organization?(not sure how to say in English) but it is a place where the children are taken from the parenst or from the street.
Now I am happy to find this forum. (Thank you Mike. An old online advisor). Thank you all for the support.
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