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  1. Woodworking Classifieds
    I have an old (late 60’s early 70’s) Craftsman Radial Arm Saw, Rockwell wood lathe, and an Atlas Power King 4 inch jointer. All are in fair shape but would need to be refurbished. The wood lathe comes with a full set of tools and a table-mounted grinder with attachment for sharping the tools...
  2. Guide Bushings and Templates
    Hi all, I have also drilled pen blanks using a drill chuck attached to a radial arm saw (RAS). An advantage is being able to use a longer drill bit because of the long parallel travel of the motor. A disadvantage is that the drill chuck would only take up to 8 mm pen drilling bits. I could not...
  3. General Routing
    First post on this website; looking for some help/advice on using an old PowrKraft radial arm saw to do some routing with. The model # of the RAS isTPC-2610C and it has an aux. spindle turning at 20,000 rpm. To mount the router bit you need a collet with part #84-2613, which I don't have...
  4. New Member Introductions
    hello, my name is jake, i came across this site looking for information. I am 24 currently in good standing with I.U.E.C. local 10. But for time being out of work. have always liked working with my hands and learning the in and outs of how things work. ex: electric, plumbing, engineering...
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