So I orginally ordered the Excalibar scrollsaw because DeWalt don't import their scrollsaws into New Zealand, while you can get them it was to much of a hassel for little ole me. So I decided to go with General Internation Scroll Saws or commonaly known as Excalibur. I found Carbatec that imported under the General International brand... but doesn't call them Excalibur... This was no issue... Fast forward 6 months...
The comany in Australia that has the General International rights to Excalibur Scroll Saw in Australia and New Zealand does not ship to New Zealand. Which in my mind, then they should loose the rights to New Zealand which will open it up for another company.
Anyway Carbatech(NZ) approached General International and said what gives we want to import the Excalibur... General International in turn rebranded an altered a few placement switches and fuse etcto avoid their own copyright... I mean please...
Anyhow the Excalibur rep has said rest assured it is Excalibur... lol
New look, new code, same great machine! We have updated the look & product code of our CTEX-21CEC Was General/Excaluber (now SS-530C), however be assured, all specifications of this machine are the same as our beloved CTEX-21CEC.
The Carbatec Scrollsaw has been at the forefront of scroll saw technology for many years. The brand is synonymous with excellence in design and execution. Carbatec is very proud to have this machine in our scroll saw offering.
Unlike other scroll saws, these machines have a tilting upper and lower arm instead of a tilting table. The operator can keep their natural stance for greater control, accuracy and safety.
Features: Quick blade changes with finger operated blade clamps; no tools required; Head tilts 45° left and right; tilting the blade; not the table; keeping the work piece level for better control and more accurate cuts; Easy access speed and tension controls; Organised blade storage on base; Onboard dust blower; Positive stops at common angles.
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