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The optional stand is designed for your Pegas Saw. You can jump here to purchase the stand.
The foot-switch is a deadman style pedal, meaning it will shut the saw off at the same speed and start it at the same speed. Many scrollers consider a foot pedal to be a necessary accessory. Jump here to order the foot pedal for your scroll saw.
|Specifications||21" Scroll Saw from Pegas|
|Throat Depth (Blade to the back of the saw)||21 inches|
|Total Length | Width | Height||32 inches | 15 inches | 15 inches|
|Blade Tilt Range||45º|
|Max Cutting Depth||2.05 inches|
|Speed RPM | Motor||400 - 1400 RPM |1.5 Amp on 110V|
|Table Size||13.5 inches wide x 23.5 inches deep|
|Weight | Origin||65 lbs | Taiwan|
|USER MANUAL||Click Here (New Window Will Open)|
The Pegas Scroll Saw
While it’s made in the same factory in Taiwan where the Excalibur scroll saw used to be made, Pegas has added Swiss precision and engineering to their scroll saw. Let’s start with a beefed up chassis featuring a reinforced web in the connecting rod and vertical rocker and needle bearings pressed into the rocker arm as opposed to a sleeve and bolt connection that is prone to wear and failure. Next, the saw comes with the revolutionary Pegas Blade Chuck Heads installed (a $90 value). These precision-machined blade clamps, manufactured from aircraft-grade aluminum, can be adjusted easily to grip blades better than any other clamp on the market, and weigh less to reduce wear on your machine. Finally, the table boasts a thick, scratch-resistant coating that prevents corrosion and make the wood slide easier. The saw still boasts the precision rack-and-pinion system that tilts the saw head to make angled cuts (instead of tilting the table). It tilts a full 45-degrees to the right, and 35-degrees to the left (because of the dust collection port). It also positions all of the primary controls (speed, power, and blade tension) at the front of the top saw arm. A stand and foot switch are available.
To attach your vacuum to the dust collection port, you can slide a hose inside the port, or use expansion or reducing sleeves to connect your dust collection system./p>