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I have for sale a Hegner Multicut 1 Scroll saw. I've had this a few years but not really used it. Comes with the foot peddle and a multitude of saw blades.
I'm asking £220.00 for the lot. Please see photo's below.
I would suggest this is a pick up item as it's quite heavy.

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Very interested but would need to be delivered. How much to send by Hermes ?


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Let me check it out and get back to you via PM

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I have two that smashed in the post. Wouldn't recommend posting.


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yanky wrote:
I have two that smashed in the post. Wouldn't recommend posting.



Use a box that's a lot bigger than the saw.
Wrap the saw tightly in black bin liners.
Fill the whole box with spray expanding foam.

That's how my Delta arrived. Only took me 45 minutes to free it - completely unscathed.

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NazNomad wrote:
yanky wrote:
I have two that smashed in the post. Wouldn't recommend posting.



Use a box that's a lot bigger than the saw.
Wrap the saw tightly in black bin liners.
Fill the whole box with spray expanding foam.

That's how my Delta arrived. Only took me 45 minutes to free it - completely unscathed.


You have a very valid point there.

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That would be fine. Any packaging needs to withstand at minimum, being dropped from the back of the lorry. Best if it can withstand being chucked.


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I like the idea of a good covering of bin liners and then expanding foam to fill the box. It should work without adding a lot of weight to the package.

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donwatson wrote:
I like the idea of a good covering of bin liners and then expanding foam to fill the box. It should work without adding a lot of weight to the package.


I admit to being suitably impressed when I opened the box.

However, chipping all the foam off in the kitchen was, in hindsight, a dumbass move on my part. :-D

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