Excerpt: I received my Big Foot scroll saw lift arm today and installed it in under three minutes. You will need a Torx T-35 tool to get the existing bolts out. Also be sure to watch the installation video to get the parts in the right order.
Excerpt: As a disclaimer, I am far from being a seasoned and proficient user of a scroll saw. I’ve cut out a few things in my day but have not embarked on any detailed fret work or intarsia design work.
Excerpt: I’d been using my Craftsman 16” scroll saw off and on since 2003, and recently, with a renewed interest in scroll work, I started trying to improve my skill. I was becoming frustrated with keeping the very small pinless blades secured in the holders and maintaining proper tension.
Excerpt: This is the only scroll saw I have ever had so I nothing to compare it to. When researching and looking over many others I don’t think I could have done any better in my choice.This is the only scroll saw that DeWalt makes and with one this good it’s all they need With a throat depth of 20”, it...
Click-N-Lock Scroll Saw Lift Arm Woodshop Teacher Review
BigFoot Products Canada, LumberJocks
1 June 2009
Excerpt: Fraser Middle School Review British Columbia CanadaAfter using the Click-N-Lock Lift Arm for the Dewalt Scroll Saws in the schoolfor over 6 months the Woodshop teacher sent us a video reviewthat we wanted to share with everyone.