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HEGNER 22" Variable Speed Scroll Saw

4.8 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
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  • Double Quicklock Tensioning System
  • Electronic Variable Speed Induction Motor
  • Highly Precise and Reliable
  • 7 Year Manufacturer's Warranty against defects
  • Recommended Stand sold separately on this site
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Product Description

When you used your first scroll saw back in wood shop class, you never dreamed you would ever own such a capable and enjoyable tool as your Hegner. Now, whenever the creative urge strikes, your HEGNER is ready! the HEGNER 22" Variable Speed saw, featuring a large 22" capacity to handle virtually any project size, the unique Quicklock tension release system to make fretwork and inside cuts extremely easy, the 400-1700 RPM variable speed motor, dual-tilt slotted table, plus all the other features that make HEGNER a breed apart from all other scroll saws. This saw was chosen by Better Homes and Gardens WOOD magazine for their original "Idea Shop".

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Technical Details

Item model number M22-V
Power Source ac
Voltage 120 volts
Included Components stand
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No

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ASIN B000RK1S0E
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4.8 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #814,190 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#39 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Saws > Scroll Saws
Shipping Weight 72 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available June 4, 2007

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A great machine. I had tried the Dewalt 788 (two of them, as a matter of fact!), and this one is far superior in every respect. It is important to have a good solid base in order to reduce vibration. Also, if one intends to do fret work, the QuickClamp is highly recommended. The parallel arms reduces the forward and backward movement of the saw blade to a minimum, a solid base reduces vibration and noise to a non-factor, and changing blades is every bit as easy as was it was with the Dewalt. What I really like about this machine is the simplicity of the engineering. Machines with less complicated designs are always better. This is truly a five-star machine.
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This is a great saw - very smooth running - little to no vibration and smooth blade motion. The Hegner is a parallel arm scroll saw - a mechanism that has been time-proven since the foot-powered models in the 1800s. It is built rock-solid. However, it does not have all the latest improvements like double parallel arms links, top feeding capability, quick-release blade tensioner, and 45 degree tilt in both directions like the Hawk, Excalibur, Dewalt and Delta - all of which are less expensive - the Dewalt, Delta and Excalibur are, in fact, a lot less expensive. The Dewalt, for example, is about 1/3 the price of the Hegner and the Excalibur 1/2 the price. So if it's fancy features you want, you would be wise to investigate the other models. I should mention that the Hegner has an optional quick change clamp for the top only. The Hegner was the first modern parallel arm scroll saw imported to the US from Germany in the 1970's and is really a commercial-grade tool. I wanted the reliability and durability that the Hegner is known for, and not the fancy features. However, if I did a lot of fancy or delicate fretwork, I might have a different perspective..

Here are some specific observations:
(1) Before use Hegner recommends lubrication of the upper and lower arm main bearings with light oil, and every 10 hours thereafter
(2) the quick clamp is to be secured by the clamp locking screws, but the Hegner standard clamps are not. For standard clamps, Hegner recommends tightening the clamp locking screw and then backing off 1/4 turn
(3) the knurled knob on the quick clamp is difficult for me to tighten enough by hand to keep the blades from slipping out. Unless you have a very strong grip you may have to tighten with pliers.
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Great saw and very smooth running, but the table is pretty small. If the table was bigger I would give it 5 stars. I bought this saw at an estate sale for a fraction of the new price, or I could have never afforded such a saw. I give the stand 2.5 stars. It is well made, but the base is too small. It was very easy to tip over. I screwed a piece of plywood to the bottom to prevent it from tipping over. I would give the stand 5 stars if it wasn't so easy to tip over.
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