Well, Friday I got out the door for lunch a bit late (2PM) and was heading to the bank to deposit a my paycheck. I passed a multi-family yard sale at a church, that I decided to visit. At the bank, I grabbed $60 to potentially spend on hand tools at the Yardsale, seeing as my toolboxes are still very lacking. As I got back to the church, someone with a large truck was pulling in with a nice old table saw. I figured they had just gotten it at another sale, but it turns out they were donating it to the sale.
A quick inquiry into it and here's the low-down:
- Belt Drive
- 10" Blade
and it included:
- Miter gauge
- Push Stick
- Both cast-iron wings (this thing is at least 3' wide)
- Blade Guard
All for the great deal of $50. I grabbed a scrap of pine I had in my car, we fired it up, I verified it cut, and then grabbed my tool box to manage to fit this into my Station wagon. Got it home, runs great, cuts great, etc etc...
Now the problem:
I can't find ANYTHING out online about this saw. I can't find manuals, manufacturing year, even who actually made it. It looks like a delta rockwell late 70s TS to my untrained eye.
Anyone have any insight into this things origin?
(Pictures to come 'soon')