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Hello,

I bought this saw about six years ago. Attached are some photos. I am trying to indentify the type of saw I have. When I bought the saw I was not aware that it was three phase. It has two motors and cutting blades.
In order to use it I changed out the main motor with a 3hp - 220 and added a regular switch to turn it on and off.
I am very happy with the saw but am wanting to upgrade to a new fence. The current fence has a lot of play in it and takes a lot of work to get it square.
Was also wanting to see if it is possible to use a set of the on/off buttons that are part of the saw?

Thank you for your help.
Scott
 

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From the pictures, it looks like a sliding table saw, with a scoring blade. Great for a cabinet shop. I would have kept the 3 ph motors and bought a phase convertor.
The fence looks like a Biesemeyer style, t-square fence. Should be easy to set up.
Where is the play in it? Just a matter of turning a few screws to get it square.
Saws of that style are usually quite expensive.
 
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