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  • Need some help Excalibur scroll saws

    I actually need help with 2 different ones!
    1/ Mine is the variable speed DC motor one in which the "circuit board" is no longer working. The motor checks out fine and the motor guru says it is the DC speed controller.
    Anyone have a lead on a used one or even something NEW and better. my electrical guy says the DC motor is 90V and just under 3 amps

    2/ picked this one up for the grandsons. It is the EXII model with the 3 speed pulleys for variable speed. Problem is the Original owner lost the 3 speed aluminum pulley from the saw!! I got a bag full of stuff and the pulley was gone.
    I have the one from the motor. It IS SMALL 2.5" is the BIG groove and the middle is 1.75" the smallest is 1" with a 5/8 hole for the shaft.
    Mike

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    Re: Need some help Excalibur scroll saws

    If the HP of the motor is 1/2 or less, one of these would probably work. It wouldn't be as pretty as the original but believe that it would be as functional. https://www.ebay.com/itm/AC-110V-DC-...W/264524585767

    I use these all the time for variable speed on lathes, drill presses, bandsaws, belt sanders etc.

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      Re: Need some help Excalibur scroll saws

      Originally posted by tool fan View Post
      If the HP of the motor is 1/2 or less, one of these would probably work. It wouldn't be as pretty as the original but believe that it would be as functional. https://www.ebay.com/itm/AC-110V-DC-...W/264524585767

      I use these all the time for variable speed on lathes, drill presses, bandsaws, belt sanders etc.
      Thanks! I will check it out. Pretty is of little concern to me, as longs as it works!
      Mike

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        Re: Need some help Excalibur scroll saws

        Rory, thanks for the tip. Have one on the way! Any trick to wiring them up?
        Mike

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          Re: Need some help Excalibur scroll saws

          Hi Mike, Its dead easy. AC power attaches to the 2 top positions on the controller marked AC. There should be 2 leads (and possibly a ground wire) from the motor. The 2 hot leads attach to the controller in the marked motor position.

          I am not sure if it will make a difference with your saw, but if after you wire it up, you find it is running in reverse, just reverse the motor connections on the controller.

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            Re: Need some help Excalibur scroll saws

            Thanks. Dead easy for “ electrical guys”. I am terrified of electric power!
            Mike

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              Re: Need some help Excalibur scroll saws

              Originally posted by Soak-N-Fused View Post
              Thanks. Dead easy for “ electrical guys”. I am terrified of electric power!
              Mike
              Oh oh

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