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Default My new Scrool saw Hegner Multimax 18V VARIABLE SPEED SAW

I just got this a couple week's ago Hegner Multimax 18V VARIABLE SPEED SAW
I Bought it used But it hasn't been used Look's like new No rust and Just a couple paint chip's But still look's new Bought it for a low $150.00 That is what he wanted I didn't wait long getting the money to him I bought a few gross's of Flying Dutchman blades different types The best blade made Now to get to some site's for pattern's thanks for looking del
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Nice saw del

I have a question for you ? how do you like your Gifkins dovetail jig. ?

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I just got this a couple week's ago Hegner Multimax 18V VARIABLE SPEED SAW
I Bought it used But it hasn't been used Look's like new No rust and Just a couple paint chip's But still look's new Bought it for a low $150.00 That is what he wanted I didn't wait long getting the money to him I bought a few gross's of Flying Dutchman blades different types The best blade made Now to get to some site's for pattern's thanks for looking del


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We can I "borrow" it Del?

Looks like you got a good deal there. Congrats.

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Great find Del! Good looking saw.

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I have a question for you ? how do you like your Gifkins dovetail jig. ?

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I like it It work's so slick I have two router's and two tables They are used just for dovetails Only One for tails and other dove tail If you havent use the gifkins All you do is set for the depth of the bit's and than cut dove tail first and than turn the jig around and cut tail's No changing bit's save's lot's of time I bought 2 set up combo table and router $100 each Brand is ryobi Not the best But work's great for the dovetailing I just have 5 router Pc's bosch Which u use in my Router work shop table I left the pic of the dovetail jig in the pic to see if any body would pick up on it Good job The best stuff is in the back ground of most pic's del

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Excellent score Del! That is fantastic work!

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