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  1. #1
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    Default Thickest piece on DELTA 40-540????

    Hi,

    Before I buy, Can someone please tell me about the Maximum thickeness of work that can be done on Delta40-540???

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    Hkzainau
    At least! I make Dust

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    I can speak for the delta but most scroll saws quote about 50 mm of cut however you will find that this pushes the saw to cut without cutting at an angle.

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    I meant I can't speak for the delta

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    I agree. 50 ml is usually quoted but it is pushing the boundary to the limit. The blade usually ends up going it's own way at that depth and it is very slow cutting. 25 ml is comfortable.

    John

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    Thanks a lot guys for your help.

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    Hkzainau
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