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Old 01-15-2010, 07:11 PM   #1
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Hi everyone,

Just signed up to this site today. Look forward to connecting with you.

Own 2 Scroll Saws: A Dewalt and an excalibre--love them both.


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Old 01-15-2010, 07:48 PM   #2
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welcome happiest, i know you'll be glad you signed up to this site. i've only been here a couple of months or so, and the folks here...well, to be perfectly honest....these are some of the greatest people i've talked with online. you ask questions, and they'll give you answers. you poke fun, they poke back. it's really a great place to be. you will be 'happiest' here.

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welcome aboard!
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Old 01-18-2010, 08:49 AM   #4
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LUCKY DOG two great saws how do you rate :-) Welcome, you won't regret it.
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no fair you already covered your a#* by saying you like them both we could have had our usual great debate on which one is better lol welcome to the greatest sight on the net.

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Welcome. You will find this site to be a wealth of information and ideas, not to mention sympathy of those who do not own a Dewalt or Excalibre.

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Happiest Scroller, you are in good company here. I know, I've been here a while. Need any advice or help, just ask. Can't go wrong with those two saws, you are a very fortunate scroller. Many would be glad to just have one of them. Good luck. -- Perk
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Welcome aboard.
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two of the greatest saws around ,no wonder your the happiest scroller,Welcome aboard I also have the x30 and dewalt aswell as delta 16 var. speed .Good luck Dave
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