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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: changing a miter saw blade
lefty-loosey (counter-clockwise). There will be space on the inside of the blade for another wrench to hold the shaft while you loosen the nut. If you've never done it, then you might want a pair of gloves; the blade might be dull on wood, but it'll be sharp on hands!
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
I would suggest calling Dremel direct at 1-800-437-3635 and asking for tech help. You might also try their website at Dremel.com, but I have been there and you need to know the exact model number. Let me know and I will dig deeper.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
I just bought a used one and faced the same problem. What I found in there is a set screw at the bottom of the long shaft. I used a long narrow flat head screw driver. It worked good, but I did have to acuate the trigger to get it the blade near the top of the stroke
Hope that helps.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
your delta scroll saw has two blade attachment points one under the table and one in the arm. attach under the table first and then in the arm. that way you can be sure to adjust the tension properly.
there are only two styles of scroll saw blade, those with pins and straight blades without pins
look carefully at your saw and you will be able to see which type holder you have
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Scroll saws generally have to be loosened in two spots. One spot is above the blade near the tip of the arm. The other is generally below the plate. Most scroll saws come with a special tool that has an allen wrench type end accompanied by a round peg that is inserted just above or below the spot for the allen wrench.This peg type end helps to hold the tool in place and keeps the saw arm from moving around. The other end of the tool has a handle.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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