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  • Hegner Multimax 18-V

    • Brand: Hegner
    • Model: Multimax 18-V
    • Manufacturer: Advanced Machinery
    • Light Standard: No
    • Foot Switch Standard: No
    • Dust Blower: Yes
    • Dust Collection: Yes
    • Blade Type Accepted (Pinless/Pinned): Pinless
    • Blade Changeing (Toolless/Tools Required): Tools Required
    • Blade Feeding Method (Top Feed/Bottom Feed): Bottom Feed
    • Blade Tensioning (Front or Back): Front
    • Table Size: 81/2" w x 15" deep
    • Throat Depth: 18"
    • Table Tilting (Left, Right, or Both): Both Left & Right
    • Variable Speed: Yes
    • Motor Size: Unknown
    • Belt or Direct Drive: Direct Drive
    • Country of Manufacture: Germany
    • Warranty: manufacturer 7 year https://www.advmachinery.com/pages/warranties
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       1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

    I’ve been scrolling for almost 10 years. Started with a dremel scroll saw and it kind of turned me off to scrolling. My nephew gave me an old Type 1 DeWalt. Much better machine! I then graduated to an EX-21. Loved it so much I bought another one. I ran these two Excaliburs for 5-6 years. One of them died. So I wasn’t too happy about that. This past February (?) I bought a new Hegner 18.  Love it, love it, love it!  Expensive? Heck yeah, but worth every penny. It almost, and I say almost, makes the Excalibur seem like a piece of crap, which it isn’t. The Hegner is very very smooth.  Blade changes, in my opinion, is much easier with the Hegner. I’d buy another one in a heartbeat.  If my remaining Excalibur dies, you can bet, I’ll buy another Hegner. Or at least I’d like to..

    No, I’m not wealthy and I don’t have a lot of money.  But I’m pretty sure the Hegner will be around long after I leave this round rock of ours.  Not sure if I can say that about any of the other saws I’ve had.  


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       1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

    I have owned a Hegner Multimax 18 variable speed scroll saw since 1993.  Hegner makes an outstanding saw.  I give Hegner top marks; no complaints from me!

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