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Shop Fox W1713 16-Inch Variable Speed Scroll Saw

Shop Fox W1713 16-Inch Variable Speed Scroll Saw
control, extra cutting capacity & cast iron construction are the features most sought after in a Saw. The ® Scroll Saw also offers a gooseneck work light, dust blower & dust port, large 45° tilt table & easy blade changes. Uses plain or pin-type saw blades. SPECIFICATIONS: • Motor: 1/8 HP, 110V, single-phase, 1 Amp, 60 Hz • Variable speed motor • No load speed: 550-1700 SPM • Maximum cutting thickness: 2″ • Maximum cutting width: 16″ • Blade stroke: 51/64″ • Takes both plain & pin blades • Approx. shipping weight: 38 lbs.

  • 1/8HP, 1-Amplifier, 110-Volt, 60Hz motor
  • maximum cutting width
  • Includes a gooseneck work light, dust blower and dust port
  • Plain or pin blades
  • No load speed: 550-1700 SPM

List Price: $ 167.00

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    • RTA
    • April 12, 2013
    27 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    No Setup Instruction/user manual included, February 16, 2012
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    RTA

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    This review is from: Shop Fox W1713 16-Inch Variable Speed Scroll Saw (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I just received the Fox W1713, the saw was double boxed, however the outer box was mashed in and the inner box had holes punched in it from the inside out. I don’t know where the holes came from as the saw was completely encased in unbroken/intact styrofoam. However, the box has been previously opened and retaped as there were 2 layers of tape on the saw box. After unpacking and looking everywhere, in BOTH boxes, I was unable to find any instructions on setup and/or adjustments, even though the label on the side of the saw, stated I needed to follow instructions in the operator/user manual! The unit does not look used or abused, just opened for whatever reason and user manual was gone.

    —-UPDATE—-
    I’ve been using this saw for a few days, I have found;
    1. It cuts 1″ green (very sappy) Southern Yellow Pine, Maple and Oak easily.
    2. Does not vibrate as stated in other reviews, mine’s not even bolted down on the work bench.
    3. Easy blade changes
    4. Makes very straight cuts and makes very tight rounded corners without having to make relief cuts.
    5. Has sufficient power to cut hard woods running at any speed, it will lug slightly if you force the
    saw to cut too fast for the blade speed, you can lug down just about any saw if it’s fed too fast.
    I could not have purchased a better saw for my use, I have a buddy using a more expensive saw than mine
    and he is amazed by how well this scroll saw handles ANY cut he tried.
    EXCELLENT SCROLL SAW

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    • M. Lewis
    • April 12, 2013
    26 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Value!, November 5, 2010
    By 
    M. Lewis (OH United States) –
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    The Shop Fox scroll saw came double-boxed, so there was no damage in shipping. I bought this saw because of the price and because it has a cast iron table, instead of aluminum. Also, it uses blades with or without pins. I have had absolutely no problems with it. I was surprised that it even came with a light bulb.

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    • NatureNTech
    • April 12, 2013

    Very well thought out 🙂

    • sethrich89
    • April 12, 2013

    Great shop, what kinds of wood did you use for your cabinets, mainly the tops.

    • Graham Orm
    • April 12, 2013

    Great job! There are lots of shop tours on YT, I think that has to be the best organised. I have just had a new purpose made shop built and have been trying to gather ideas for design and layout. I just got quite a few from yours. Thanks 😉

    • sawdustjohnpa
    • April 12, 2013

    we all wish our shops were that organized. i’m working on getting mine there. been working on it for a long time now. haha..

    • John Holdway
    • April 12, 2013

    Fantastic!

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