General International just announced the EX-16 Excalibur scroll saw.
This new 16” throat capacity saw offers the same titling head design as
the larger EX-21 and EX-30 models. The 45° left or right tilting head
tilts the blade, not the table, keeping the workpiece level and
allowing for better control, more accurate cuts, as well as consistent,
comfortable hand positioning at all times, regardless of the angle of
The EX-16 has a large 12” x 18 1/2” table made from 3/8-inch thick
plate steel with a smooth-glide friction-free coating and offers a
maximum cutting depth of 2”. Weighing in at 68 lbs the ¼" thick,
laser-cut steel plate chassis is built for maximum stability and
minimal vibration. The saw is equipped with a 120V 1.3 Amp motor, for
ample cutting power. A front mounted electronic variable speed control
knob allows for blade speed adjustment from 400 to 1550 strokes per
minute, allowing the user to dial-in the correct speed to suit the
material, blade and type of cut, for maximum efficiency.
More information is available here.