Putting the Saw Back Together

4 Nov

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No woodworking shop is complete without a heart, and the heart of the workshop is the Table Saw. Mine has been in pieces and in various locations since we moved. I finally got all the parts into the basement recently, and now with window trimming imminent, it’s finally become necessary to get the beast back together again. This guy is an oldy but a goody, a 10″ Rockwell model 10. There’s lots of heavy iron on this thing, and the 50″ beisemeyer fence is no exception to the heavy rule. In the process I also need to run 240v power for the saw and to power the dust collection unit I got but never actually completed hooking up at the old house. Judging by that picture you can probably tell that some additional lighting is also in order.

I’m excited that my workshop is slowly coming together!

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