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Featured Product 1)  Pegas Blade Clamp Replacements: Reduce Vibrations, Easier Operation, and Extend the Life of your Saw

Pegas Scoll Saw Chuck Heads

These new “Blade Chuck Head Clamps” were developed in Switzerland by Pégas in association with the HEIG engineering school in Yverdon. The studies and the tests demonstrated that the weight of these heads is in direct relation with the service life and the vibrations of the machine. These new heads, manufactured with aeronautical aluminum for resilience and optimal weight, are 40 % lighter than the original HeadsVibration will be greatly reduced, and user-friendliness is improved, while at the same time better protecting the mechanical parts of the scroll saw. As you can see, they are clearly more compact than original heads and even easier of use. The assembly of these New Blade Clamps is very simple and takes only a few minutes.

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Pegas' New Chuck Heads are Suitable for all EXCALIBUR (green, Anniversary and black models), EXCELSIOR, SEYCO ST-21 and KING Scroll Saws.  Lots of people are already loving them for the DeWalt 788 as well.

Pre-Order Today, Shipping late June:

Pegas have just released new Chuck Heads models - 1 is designed for the DeWalt and Delta, the other replaces just the bottom blade clamp on the JET.  See details below.


Steve Good's Review is in: Steve takes us through a practical review of this new product on his daily newsletter.  Click here for the review @ The Scroll Saw Workshop


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Winner is Rebecca Scott for this entry of a Steve Good Pattern: 

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