- Slightly smaller version of the 21â€ Excalibur scroll saw
- he unique â€œTilting Headâ€ design provides a stable platform when cutting straight or on an angle
- hanging blades is a snap – No tools required
- Excaliburâ€TMs upper arm lift is ideal for threading the blade through fret work
- Large 12â€ x 18 1/2″ table surface
Basically, the Excalibur 16″ variable speed scroll saw is actually a smaller version of the 21″ Excalibur scroll saw. The exceptional Tilting Head configuration gives a steady platform when cutting straight or on an edge. Dissimilar to other scroll saws where the table is tilted for precise cuts, the whole leader of the Excalibur tilts 45 degrees; to the right or the left. This permits the user to better control the work piece on a levelled table surface, for a more secure and precise cut.
Decidedly assembled upper and lower parallel arms keep the blades straight with insignificant blade diversion considering precise cuts, making this the most looked for after scroll saw available. If a blade fails, then replacing or changing is always quick – No special devices are required because it uses finger-operated clamps. The Excalibur upper arm lift is perfect for threading the sharp edge through fuss work. Simple access pressure and speed controls.
This machine features a 1.3A, 120V steady torque permanent magnet engine. Extensive 12″ x 18.5″ table surface. Locally available dust blower. Features: Throat: 16″ Maximum cutting depth: 2″ Variable speed: 400-1400 strokes per minute Dimensions: L: 28″ W: 15″ H: 17″. Weight: 53 pounds. Utilizes standard 5″ straight scroll saw edges. Incorporates operation manual and 2 year guarantee. The stand is always sold separately.