Click-N-Lock Scroll Saw Lift Arm Woodshop Teacher Review
BigFoot Products Canada, LumberJocks
25 October 2014
Excerpt: Fraser Middle School Review British Columbia Canada After using the Click-N-Lock Lift Arm for the Dewalt Scroll Saws in the school for over 6 months the Woodshop teacher sent us a video review that we wanted to share with everyone.
Excerpt: The air hose does not fit the bellows pump housing. I broke 1st hose trying to assemble. Taylor Tool got me a replacement very quickly. I made an adaptor that fit the 2 units to gather, and super glued it on, now have air blowing chips away.
Excerpt: I have wanted one of these for years now and was finally able to make the leap and upgrade to it. I bought a refurbished unit, which I do a lot from CPO. It runs just fine and everything seems to be A-OK.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast Cutting Speed, Good Design, Great Blade, Powerful, Safe
Excerpt: It's NOT CPO's fault. I had to send the saw back to the factory because the blade wouldn't tension properly. CPO's customer service and shipping are the bee's knees, cats meow and any other superlative phrase you can think of!!
Excerpt: I attend many craft shows and must have a good supply of items for sale. This saw allows me to insert the blade from either the top or bottom and that saves time and that means more money. YEAH!
Pros: Easy To Use, Good Design, Long Run Time, Safe
Excerpt: This is a great tool. The only thing I don't like about the DEWALT scroll saw is the hold-down device. It is difficult to adjust and inadequate for use on small parts. I do most of my cutting without it. Surely DEWALT can come up with something better.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast Cutting Speed, Good Design, Great Blade, Powerful
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.