Friday, June 18, 2010

Proxxon 37090 DSH/E Scroll Saw - Gimme!

I posted a while back about Proxxon's smaller scroll saw, the Proxxon 37088 DS 115/E Scroll Saw. Here is that saw's bigger brother. Behold! The Proxxon 37090 DSH/E Scroll Saw...

Check out this tool's description:
Clean, accurate cuts without the need for finishing. This is the perfect machine for tool and die making, model building, toy repairs, puzzle sawing, architectural work, antique restoration, etc. It operates probl em-free, even when cutting acrylics, fiberglass, polystyrene foams, rubber, leather and cork.The unit offers a super cutting capacity (wood 1 1/2", plastics 1 3/16", non-ferrous metals 25/64") and yet runs with only a hum. The air blower with adjustable nozzle provides clear visibility of work piece and cutting line. The unit's machine base of cast iron offers the needed stability for vibration-free operation. The sturdy aluminum die-cast table tilts up to 45°, allowing a lot of special effects like incised lettering, sawing chamfers, inlays and marquetry. The twin cast iron saw over arm with ball bearing direct drive is equipped with a practical handle for quick and easy adjustment of the blade tension. Standard commercially available pin blades can be rapidly fitted and stored in the special compartment on the side of the machine. As well the clamping jaws also allow the use of plain end blades, which are as well easily tightened with the included T-Allen key. Proxxon tools come with a 2 year factory warranty.

I cannot say I own this saw. (I am still patiently waiting for the sponsorship offer from Proxxon.) I do own two other saws by them and can say they are very, very well made tools.

Here's a link to the Proxxon 37090 DSH/E Scroll Saw.

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