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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 10-15-2015, 06:49 PM
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do you have this PDF???

this may help...
Excalibur Scroll Saw Review, Setup and Tuning

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could your blade be too long???

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Without the knob in there it still bounces Steve. It's another area that likes to come loose that needs tightening but I don't remember where. Had to have it done before; and with all the moving around we've done I'm not surprised it's loose again
Not that this will resolve your issue, but as a senior who frequently forgets where he store some tool that only comes out once in a while, or what finish I used on such and such a project, or how I fixed this issue - I keep a journal or work and an inventory of tools.

Have you asked over at SSV?

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Barb watching the video , has something come loose underneith the table that helps with structural support ? Looks like a few screws came loose
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This table is real bouncing > flexible so much?
Or is camera synchronization effect?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQDjJRYmeWg
That's awesome . The blades must be spinning at the same same frame rate the pictures are being video'd at . So I suspect the top rotor is spinning at 30 rpm

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Not that this will resolve your issue, but as a senior who frequently forgets where he store some tool that only comes out once in a while, or what finish I used on such and such a project, or how I fixed this issue - I keep a journal or work and an inventory of tools.

Have you asked over at SSV?
Don't think so Berry. Will probably have to. As for the journal I may have to take your lead on that and do the same!

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