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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-13-2017, 03:50 PM Thread Starter
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Closing Shop, moving to retirement community.

Craftsman 10” Contractor Saw Model 113.298840, made in USA by Emerson Electric :
•1.5 useable horsepower
•Link style drive belt
•Exact-i-rip fence with Board Buddy (yellow) hold downs
•Cast iron table extensions
•Left tilt, 30”RH rip, 24” LH rip
•Shark blade guard with top dust collection and quick release mount, 4” dust collection flange on under blade dust bin, includes hoses, Y-connection and clamps
•Osborne EB 3 Miter Gauge, reversible to fit either side of blade
•Delta Tenoning Jig
Forest Woodworker II thin kerf blade with 5” Forest stabilizer plate
•Shopmade sled
•Shopmade taper jig with hold down clamps
•Retractable casters
•Zero clearance plywood and solid wood throat plates
•Excalibur Elite 8” Adjustable Dado Set, to 13/16” dado width
•Steel dado throat plate
Storage compartment under left table extension
•Hanger for Miter gauge under right table extension
•8” sanding disc
•Wixey angle gauge
•GRR-Ripper push block
Offered at 50% of replacement value of
listed items to sell the lot at point of saie for $800.
Located in zip code 44056.
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The table saw and all the accessories sold for full price on 2/16/17.
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Congratulations on selling the saw Regis but I'm sorry to see you close your shop. I guess that will happen to all of us eventually.
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Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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Charles,
So far the process hasn't been as sad as I once imagined. The 8"jointer, Festool track saw and a bunch of Bessey bar clamps went to a fellow who wants to get into the hobby in a hurry. And, he wants to spend more time with me so I can show him how to use the stuff he bought. That was rewarding. The sons of the fellow who bought the DeWalt 735 Planer came back, secretly, to buy the table saw their father admired when they came to pick up the planer. This was a surprise early Father's Day present.
So, the tools are going to good homes.
Now I'm looking for passionate new woodworkers who need a band saw, a miter saw, a Festool 1400 router and on and on.
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Regis that's the kind of story I find heartwarming. You have good quality tools so the problem should only be finding someone who has the cash to part with. You know, mentoring is still something you can do from the retirement home. It will "get you out of the house" and that is the part I fear when it comes my turn is that the days will seem so long without my shop to go to that I will will myself to die.

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