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Delta Power Tools 40-694 20 In. Variable Speed Scroll Saw
Delta Power Tools 40-694 20 In. Variable Speed Scroll Saw
Delta Power Tools 40-694 20 In. Variable Speed Scroll Saw
Delta Power Tools 40-694 20 In. Variable Speed Scroll Saw
Delta Power Tools 40-694 20 In. Variable Speed Scroll Saw
Delta Power Tools 40-694 20 In. Variable Speed Scroll Saw

Delta Power Tools 40-694 20 In. Variable Speed Scroll Saw

Delta Power Tools 40-694 20 In. Variable Speed Scroll Saw
Delta Power Tools 40-694 20 In. Variable Speed Scroll Saw
Delta Power Tools 40-694 20 In. Variable Speed Scroll Saw
Delta Power Tools 40-694 20 In. Variable Speed Scroll Saw
Delta Power Tools 40-694 20 In. Variable Speed Scroll Saw
Delta Power Tools 40-694 20 In. Variable Speed Scroll Saw
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Features

  • Electronic variable speed can be adjusted from 400-1,750 SPM for a wide array of cutting applications
  • Dual parallel link arm design reduces vibration reducing over and under cutting improving accuracy and quality
  • Upper arm lifts and locks in the raised position during blade changes or while adjusting blade position for fret work
  • Tool-free blade clamp allows for quick, easy blade changes in seconds. Bevels 0° - 45° left and right. Motor: 1.3 Amp
  • On/Off switch, electronic variable speed dial, flexible dust blower and blade-tensioning lever are all conveniently located up front on the arm for easy accessibility
  • On-tool blade storage area provides neat, organized protection for scroll saw blades, includes 2 straight blades

Description

After nearly 90 years of expertise in the woodworking business, DELTA Power Equipment Corporation (DELTA PEC) has become one of the most revered brands in woodworking tools today. DELTA Power Equipment Corporation focuses on innovations to help the woodworker create masterpieces easier and with more precision. The company designs, manufactures and distributes a variety of stationary woodworking tools including electric table saws, band saws, radial arm saws, scroll saws, drilling machines, jointers, planers, mortisers, lathes, grinders and dust collectors for the professional and advanced woodworking markets. Motor: 1.3 Amp Speeds: 400-1,750 SPM Capacity: 20 in. Stroke Length: 3/4 in. Table Size: 16 in. x 24 in. Table Tilt: 0°-45°, Left and Right Cutting Capacities: at 90°: 2 1/8 in. at 45°: 1 5/8 in. Assembled Depth: 39 in. Assembled Width: 16 in.


Manufacturer Delta Power Tools


Part Number 40-694


Item Weight 60 pounds


Product Dimensions 30 x 20 x 13 inches


Item model number 40-694


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Style Without light and stand


Power Source Electric Powered


Item Package Quantity 1


Number of Handles 2


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


Warranty Description 5 Year Limited Warranty


ASIN B00IK8DIU8


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 193 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #41,667 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #2 in Power Scroll Saws


Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More


Date First Available February 21, 2014


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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Electronic variable speed can be adjusted from 400-1,750 SPM for a wide array of cutting applications
  • Dual parallel link arm design reduces vibration reducing over and under cutting improving accuracy and quality
  • Upper arm lifts and locks in the raised position during blade changes or while adjusting blade position for fret work
  • Tool-free blade clamp allows for quick, easy blade changes in seconds. Bevels 0° - 45° left and right. Motor: 1.3 Amp
  • On/Off switch, electronic variable speed dial, flexible dust blower and blade-tensioning lever are all conveniently located up front on the arm for easy accessibility
  • On-tool blade storage area provides neat, organized protection for scroll saw blades, includes 2 straight blades

Description

After nearly 90 years of expertise in the woodworking business, DELTA Power Equipment Corporation (DELTA PEC) has become one of the most revered brands in woodworking tools today. DELTA Power Equipment Corporation focuses on innovations to help the woodworker create masterpieces easier and with more precision. The company designs, manufactures and distributes a variety of stationary woodworking tools including electric table saws, band saws, radial arm saws, scroll saws, drilling machines, jointers, planers, mortisers, lathes, grinders and dust collectors for the professional and advanced woodworking markets. Motor: 1.3 Amp Speeds: 400-1,750 SPM Capacity: 20 in. Stroke Length: 3/4 in. Table Size: 16 in. x 24 in. Table Tilt: 0°-45°, Left and Right Cutting Capacities: at 90°: 2 1/8 in. at 45°: 1 5/8 in. Assembled Depth: 39 in. Assembled Width: 16 in.


Manufacturer Delta Power Tools


Part Number 40-694


Item Weight 60 pounds


Product Dimensions 30 x 20 x 13 inches


Item model number 40-694


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Style Without light and stand


Power Source Electric Powered


Item Package Quantity 1


Number of Handles 2


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


Warranty Description 5 Year Limited Warranty


ASIN B00IK8DIU8


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 193 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #41,667 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #2 in Power Scroll Saws


Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More


Date First Available February 21, 2014


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Electronic variable speed can be adjusted from 400-1,750 SPM for a wide array of cutting applications
  • Dual parallel link arm design reduces vibration reducing over and under cutting improving accuracy and quality
  • Upper arm lifts and locks in the raised position during blade changes or while adjusting blade position for fret work
  • Tool-free blade clamp allows for quick, easy blade changes in seconds. Bevels 0° - 45° left and right. Motor: 1.3 Amp
  • On/Off switch, electronic variable speed dial, flexible dust blower and blade-tensioning lever are all conveniently located up front on the arm for easy accessibility
  • On-tool blade storage area provides neat, organized protection for scroll saw blades, includes 2 straight blades

Description

After nearly 90 years of expertise in the woodworking business, DELTA Power Equipment Corporation (DELTA PEC) has become one of the most revered brands in woodworking tools today. DELTA Power Equipment Corporation focuses on innovations to help the woodworker create masterpieces easier and with more precision. The company designs, manufactures and distributes a variety of stationary woodworking tools including electric table saws, band saws, radial arm saws, scroll saws, drilling machines, jointers, planers, mortisers, lathes, grinders and dust collectors for the professional and advanced woodworking markets. Motor: 1.3 Amp Speeds: 400-1,750 SPM Capacity: 20 in. Stroke Length: 3/4 in. Table Size: 16 in. x 24 in. Table Tilt: 0°-45°, Left and Right Cutting Capacities: at 90°: 2 1/8 in. at 45°: 1 5/8 in. Assembled Depth: 39 in. Assembled Width: 16 in.


Manufacturer Delta Power Tools


Part Number 40-694


Item Weight 60 pounds


Product Dimensions 30 x 20 x 13 inches


Item model number 40-694


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Style Without light and stand


Power Source Electric Powered


Item Package Quantity 1


Number of Handles 2


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


Warranty Description 5 Year Limited Warranty


ASIN B00IK8DIU8


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 193 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #41,667 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #2 in Power Scroll Saws


Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More


Date First Available February 21, 2014


abunda_amazon_reviews My saw when it arrived had a large amount of vibration and noise when the speed was above a 5. I took it apart several times to try and find the culprit. Finally, I loosened the counterweight on the motor shaft and moved it closer to the connecting assembly and retightened it. I also added some nylon washers to either side of the pivot arm shaft to limit movement. When I put it back together, there was virtually no noise or vibration. Doing some research, I found that the DeWalt 788 has had some of the same issues. I was a little disappointed that I had to put this much work into a new saw but, I am happy with it now. Update: The saw was in desperate need of lubrication. I took it apart again and used synthetic grease on all the bearings. The saw now runs like a sewing machine.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 15, 2015;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;I was a little disappointed that I had to put this much work into ...;;Robert M.;;;I was looking to replace my old Dewalt 20" scrollsaw. I had lost it several years ago and couldn't afford another, so I had been making do with various cheaper16" saws. None came close to the quality and ease of use of the Dewalt, so, when I came into the money, I came to Amazon for a replacement. This Delta saw was right next to the Dewalt and the price is $80 lower, so I took a look at it. The first thing I determined was that it is a parallel link design. I have vowed that I will never buy another parallel arm saw. What's the difference between parallel link and parallel arm? It's complicated, but parallel link has less vibration, all controls are right in front, and blades are easier and much quicker to move from hole to hole. Several commenters said that it was the same saw as the Dewalt, just with a different label, paint, and a lower price, so I thought I'd give it a try. It arrived yesterday. When I opened the box and read the instructions, they said that the saw was fully assembled, except for the table. This was not true. The bevel guide and knob assembly was not attached, but packed separately, and there were no instructions as to how they went together. After reading other reviews where the writers complained that their knobs arrived broken., and remembering that my old Dewalt had also arrived with a broken knob (which the company quickly replaced) I realized that somebody must have decided that the knob was subject to damage in transit if it was attached before shipping, so they have taken to packing it unattached. It was a bit of a hassle figuring how to assemble, but there were only four parts to figure out, so it didn't take long. Better to take a bit longer to assemble than to have to wait a week for a replacement knob. Attaching table was easy, just slide it into place and fasten two bolts. Once assembled, I could see that the Delta saw was not the same machine as the Dewalt. It is very similar, but there are some differences. First the table is round and wider than the Dewalt. The blade holders are almost identical and hold the blades quite firmly. One big difference is that there is a locking pin that holds the upper arm raised when moving or changing the blade. On my Dewalt, I had to either pay extra for a device to hold up the arm, or make some kind of block to hold up. The Delta also has a covered compartment for storing extra blades. What it looks like to me is that someone at Delta looked at the sales Dewalt was getting for their saw and said, " Okay, we can make one just as good, but with a few improvements, and sell it cheaper." After one session using the Delta, I have to say that, so far, it is just as good as the Dewalt. If the prices were the same, I would have a hard time choosing between the two. Both machines are top of the line in the mid price range. I haven't used any of the thousand dollar price range machines, so I can't say anything about their quality, but, if you have been using an inexpensive 16" saw and are thinking of upgrading to something bigger, this would be an excellent choice. You will be amazed at how much easier this saw is to use.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Really good scrollsaw;;movie viewer;;;I upgraded to this unit from a 18" Porter-Cable saw. Despite the relatively modest difference in price, this unit is a completely different animal. It is much quieter, has a wider range of speed adjustment, vibrates a lot less, and the blade stays put, instead of moving 0.04" back and forth throughout the stroke. It also features a small blade opening machined directly in the large and comfy cast steel table, rather than a flimsy and flexible plastic insert found on many cheaper scroll saws - no more small workpieces getting caught by the insert. Basically, for the first time, I feel like I can work on intricate projects without getting frustrated or constantly compensating for the blade wobble, vibration, and so forth. To be fair, the device is not perfect. The most significant flaw is the manual: the saw requires more assembly than shown in the booklet; for example, there is no mention of installing the hold down foot or inserting the screw needed for the tilt knob. The other thing that is missing is a vacuum port (not that scroll saws produce tons of dust). Still, the value is unbeatable, and the sloppy manual is a small price to pay. Some people complain of shipping damage, but with Amazon's return policy... and it's worth noting that mechanically, it seems to be the same saw as the renewed $500 Dewalt DW788, except with a much lower price tag.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 6, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;I feel like I can work on intricate projects without getting frustrated ...;;one bad cat;;;Just got my new saw, my third in two week, tried a Ryobi and a Porter cable first and found them both to be lacking. Ws a little concerned about the bad reviews I had seen on this one, but the really bad ones seemed to be older, so i took a chance they had fixed those issues. As far as I can see, they did. Was very well packaged, nothing broken. All the pieces fit like a glove, table was level at zero. Air blower already attached. I have to admit, I cheated a little, I found the manual on line last night and read it and watched a video on YouTube on how to assemble it. From the time I cut the box open to the time I made my first cut less than 15 minutes. The saw is whisper quiet and minimal vibration even without being bolted down. Would recommend this to anyone and would buy again if needed.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great saw for the money!;;Jenny

Shipping

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Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Robert M. - Reviewed in the United States on April 15, 2015
I was a little disappointed that I had to put this much work into ...
My saw when it arrived had a large amount of vibration and noise when the speed was above a 5. I took it apart several times to try and find the culprit. Finally, I loosened the counterweight on the motor shaft and moved it closer to the connecting assembly and retightened it. I also added some nylon washers to either side of the pivot arm shaft to limit movement. When I put it back together, there was virtually no noise or vibration. Doing some research, I found that the DeWalt 788 has had some of the same issues. I was a little disappointed that I had to put this much work into a new saw but, I am happy with it now. Update: The saw was in desperate need of lubrication. I took it apart again and used synthetic grease on all the bearings. The saw now runs like a sewing machine.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By movie viewer - Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2018
Really good scrollsaw
I was looking to replace my old Dewalt 20" scrollsaw. I had lost it several years ago and couldn't afford another, so I had been making do with various cheaper16" saws. None came close to the quality and ease of use of the Dewalt, so, when I came into the money, I came to Amazon for a replacement. This Delta saw was right next to the Dewalt and the price is $80 lower, so I took a look at it. The first thing I determined was that it is a parallel link design. I have vowed that I will never buy another parallel arm saw. What's the difference between parallel link and parallel arm? It's complicated, but parallel link has less vibration, all controls are right in front, and blades are easier and much quicker to move from hole to hole. Several commenters said that it was the same saw as the Dewalt, just with a different label, paint, and a lower price, so I thought I'd give it a try. It arrived yesterday. When I opened the box and read the instructions, they said that the saw was fully assembled, except for the table. This was not true. The bevel guide and knob assembly was not attached, but packed separately, and there were no instructions as to how they went together. After reading other reviews where the writers complained that their knobs arrived broken., and remembering that my old Dewalt had also arrived with a broken knob (which the company quickly replaced) I realized that somebody must have decided that the knob was subject to damage in transit if it was attached before shipping, so they have taken to packing it unattached. It was a bit of a hassle figuring how to assemble, but there were only four parts to figure out, so it didn't take long. Better to take a bit longer to assemble than to have to wait a week for a replacement knob. Attaching table was easy, just slide it into place and fasten two bolts. Once assembled, I could see that the Delta saw was not the same machine as the Dewalt. It is very similar, but there are some differences. First the table is round and wider than the Dewalt. The blade holders are almost identical and hold the blades quite firmly. One big difference is that there is a locking pin that holds the upper arm raised when moving or changing the blade. On my Dewalt, I had to either pay extra for a device to hold up the arm, or make some kind of block to hold up. The Delta also has a covered compartment for storing extra blades. What it looks like to me is that someone at Delta looked at the sales Dewalt was getting for their saw and said, " Okay, we can make one just as good, but with a few improvements, and sell it cheaper." After one session using the Delta, I have to say that, so far, it is just as good as the Dewalt. If the prices were the same, I would have a hard time choosing between the two. Both machines are top of the line in the mid price range. I haven't used any of the thousand dollar price range machines, so I can't say anything about their quality, but, if you have been using an inexpensive 16" saw and are thinking of upgrading to something bigger, this would be an excellent choice. You will be amazed at how much easier this saw is to use.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By one bad cat - Reviewed in the United States on September 6, 2017
I feel like I can work on intricate projects without getting frustrated ...
I upgraded to this unit from a 18" Porter-Cable saw. Despite the relatively modest difference in price, this unit is a completely different animal. It is much quieter, has a wider range of speed adjustment, vibrates a lot less, and the blade stays put, instead of moving 0.04" back and forth throughout the stroke. It also features a small blade opening machined directly in the large and comfy cast steel table, rather than a flimsy and flexible plastic insert found on many cheaper scroll saws - no more small workpieces getting caught by the insert. Basically, for the first time, I feel like I can work on intricate projects without getting frustrated or constantly compensating for the blade wobble, vibration, and so forth. To be fair, the device is not perfect. The most significant flaw is the manual: the saw requires more assembly than shown in the booklet; for example, there is no mention of installing the hold down foot or inserting the screw needed for the tilt knob. The other thing that is missing is a vacuum port (not that scroll saws produce tons of dust). Still, the value is unbeatable, and the sloppy manual is a small price to pay. Some people complain of shipping damage, but with Amazon's return policy... and it's worth noting that mechanically, it seems to be the same saw as the renewed $500 Dewalt DW788, except with a much lower price tag.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jenny - Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2018
Great saw for the money!
Just got my new saw, my third in two week, tried a Ryobi and a Porter cable first and found them both to be lacking. Ws a little concerned about the bad reviews I had seen on this one, but the really bad ones seemed to be older, so i took a chance they had fixed those issues. As far as I can see, they did. Was very well packaged, nothing broken. All the pieces fit like a glove, table was level at zero. Air blower already attached. I have to admit, I cheated a little, I found the manual on line last night and read it and watched a video on YouTube on how to assemble it. From the time I cut the box open to the time I made my first cut less than 15 minutes. The saw is whisper quiet and minimal vibration even without being bolted down. Would recommend this to anyone and would buy again if needed.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Robert M. - Reviewed in the United States on April 15, 2015
I was a little disappointed that I had to put this much work into ...
My saw when it arrived had a large amount of vibration and noise when the speed was above a 5. I took it apart several times to try and find the culprit. Finally, I loosened the counterweight on the motor shaft and moved it closer to the connecting assembly and retightened it. I also added some nylon washers to either side of the pivot arm shaft to limit movement. When I put it back together, there was virtually no noise or vibration. Doing some research, I found that the DeWalt 788 has had some of the same issues. I was a little disappointed that I had to put this much work into a new saw but, I am happy with it now. Update: The saw was in desperate need of lubrication. I took it apart again and used synthetic grease on all the bearings. The saw now runs like a sewing machine.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By movie viewer - Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2018
Really good scrollsaw
I was looking to replace my old Dewalt 20" scrollsaw. I had lost it several years ago and couldn't afford another, so I had been making do with various cheaper16" saws. None came close to the quality and ease of use of the Dewalt, so, when I came into the money, I came to Amazon for a replacement. This Delta saw was right next to the Dewalt and the price is $80 lower, so I took a look at it. The first thing I determined was that it is a parallel link design. I have vowed that I will never buy another parallel arm saw. What's the difference between parallel link and parallel arm? It's complicated, but parallel link has less vibration, all controls are right in front, and blades are easier and much quicker to move from hole to hole. Several commenters said that it was the same saw as the Dewalt, just with a different label, paint, and a lower price, so I thought I'd give it a try. It arrived yesterday. When I opened the box and read the instructions, they said that the saw was fully assembled, except for the table. This was not true. The bevel guide and knob assembly was not attached, but packed separately, and there were no instructions as to how they went together. After reading other reviews where the writers complained that their knobs arrived broken., and remembering that my old Dewalt had also arrived with a broken knob (which the company quickly replaced) I realized that somebody must have decided that the knob was subject to damage in transit if it was attached before shipping, so they have taken to packing it unattached. It was a bit of a hassle figuring how to assemble, but there were only four parts to figure out, so it didn't take long. Better to take a bit longer to assemble than to have to wait a week for a replacement knob. Attaching table was easy, just slide it into place and fasten two bolts. Once assembled, I could see that the Delta saw was not the same machine as the Dewalt. It is very similar, but there are some differences. First the table is round and wider than the Dewalt. The blade holders are almost identical and hold the blades quite firmly. One big difference is that there is a locking pin that holds the upper arm raised when moving or changing the blade. On my Dewalt, I had to either pay extra for a device to hold up the arm, or make some kind of block to hold up. The Delta also has a covered compartment for storing extra blades. What it looks like to me is that someone at Delta looked at the sales Dewalt was getting for their saw and said, " Okay, we can make one just as good, but with a few improvements, and sell it cheaper." After one session using the Delta, I have to say that, so far, it is just as good as the Dewalt. If the prices were the same, I would have a hard time choosing between the two. Both machines are top of the line in the mid price range. I haven't used any of the thousand dollar price range machines, so I can't say anything about their quality, but, if you have been using an inexpensive 16" saw and are thinking of upgrading to something bigger, this would be an excellent choice. You will be amazed at how much easier this saw is to use.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By one bad cat - Reviewed in the United States on September 6, 2017
I feel like I can work on intricate projects without getting frustrated ...
I upgraded to this unit from a 18" Porter-Cable saw. Despite the relatively modest difference in price, this unit is a completely different animal. It is much quieter, has a wider range of speed adjustment, vibrates a lot less, and the blade stays put, instead of moving 0.04" back and forth throughout the stroke. It also features a small blade opening machined directly in the large and comfy cast steel table, rather than a flimsy and flexible plastic insert found on many cheaper scroll saws - no more small workpieces getting caught by the insert. Basically, for the first time, I feel like I can work on intricate projects without getting frustrated or constantly compensating for the blade wobble, vibration, and so forth. To be fair, the device is not perfect. The most significant flaw is the manual: the saw requires more assembly than shown in the booklet; for example, there is no mention of installing the hold down foot or inserting the screw needed for the tilt knob. The other thing that is missing is a vacuum port (not that scroll saws produce tons of dust). Still, the value is unbeatable, and the sloppy manual is a small price to pay. Some people complain of shipping damage, but with Amazon's return policy... and it's worth noting that mechanically, it seems to be the same saw as the renewed $500 Dewalt DW788, except with a much lower price tag.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jenny - Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2018
Great saw for the money!
Just got my new saw, my third in two week, tried a Ryobi and a Porter cable first and found them both to be lacking. Ws a little concerned about the bad reviews I had seen on this one, but the really bad ones seemed to be older, so i took a chance they had fixed those issues. As far as I can see, they did. Was very well packaged, nothing broken. All the pieces fit like a glove, table was level at zero. Air blower already attached. I have to admit, I cheated a little, I found the manual on line last night and read it and watched a video on YouTube on how to assemble it. From the time I cut the box open to the time I made my first cut less than 15 minutes. The saw is whisper quiet and minimal vibration even without being bolted down. Would recommend this to anyone and would buy again if needed.