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post #21 of 29 Old 03-20-2019, 10:43 AM Thread Starter
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Snagged these pics of this beast yesterday, thought it was on FB Marketplace but can't find it again for the description.

Found the deets...

"Hall and Brown 16" tablesaw with boring attachment. Used to be flat belt driven but is now v belt driven. Doesn't have a motor, but will throw in a 5hp 3 phase motor if interested. It's a cool old saw built in St. Louis somewhere around the 1920's."
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post #22 of 29 Old 03-20-2019, 12:19 PM
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That is a mean looking machine, it looks like the table tilts instead of the blade.

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That is a mean looking machine, it looks like the table tilts instead of the blade.
I think the table also raises and lowers instead of the blade, hard to tell but it looks like it.
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How about a Yates American 12x65, 1200lbs of good, american cast iron. That motor/spindle is interesting, haven't seen that before.
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That is cool, I haven't see one like that also. I wonder if the lath motor is variable speed.

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That is cool, I haven't see one like that also. I wonder if the lath motor is variable speed.
The seller says:

"with speeds 600 - 3600"

So it looks like it is.
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I've got a Fay&Egan/Delta lathe. Kind of a Frankenstein. The lathe originally probably had a flat belt system on the headstock but was long gone before I got it. I made a homemade lathe in shop class in school and the teacher gave me the tool rest and tailstock off of an old lathe the school no longer had. Then after I got out of school I found who had the lathe the tailstock and tool rest went to and bought it. I cut the headstock off the homemade lathe and used it for a long time until I bought a Delta headstock off ebay and fitted it to the lathe. Doesn't look pretty but works good.
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They say even a blind squirrel finds a nut every once in awhile...

I checked FB Market place today and a pretty rough, obviously old 6" Jointer showed up on my feed. Nice looking casting, fence is there, on a crappy wood stand, $100. I contact the seller, he said it was his Dad's, I told him I would take it. It's in a town that is about an hour out of my way on a regular trip I make for business so I will pick it up in a week and a half. I knew it was a Craftsman from the seller, but much to my surprise once I did some research I discovered it was made by Walker Turner for Craftsman in the late '30's!

Now I can't wait to get it, unfortunately I have to travel for work out of the state next week so I have to....
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And this is really strange, checked again right before I was going to bed, and this one showed up about 10 miles away from me for $125, I went from 0 Jointers, to 2, in less than 4 hours...
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