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50-60's Craftsman combo tool

Hey all!! So cleaning out my dads garage I found this super old craftsman table saw, jointer, disk sander, drill press combo kit. It all runs off one motor and uses belts to run the different tools and it all sits on its own 4 leg bench. It's actually pretty cool. I'm having trouble finding any info about them other than the owners manual I have. I can add pics if anyone wants to see. It's sears' version of the shopsmith kind of. I have a model number but that doesn't seem to get me very far.. Anyone out there know anything about these?
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I say pics or it didnt happen

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If you want any good replies you have to provide sufficient information on the product you are writing about.

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Craftsman had some kind of table called a "Craftsman 3in1 rotary tool bench" is that what you are talking about? It mounts individual tools on a common stand.

I would like to see an image of the tool you are talking about and any name plate info particularly something that indicates what sears called this particular thing.
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Sounds like a copy of the old Shopsmith.

If you don't have time to do it right the first time, when will you have time to do it over?
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