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  • Re: Golden Oldies (and some not so golden) on Kijiji #2

    That's sub-zero!

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      Beaver/Rockwell 12" Bandsaw in Langley BC $275. Looks like it's in great shape

      https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...6785641352752/



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        Wadkin RJ 30" Planer - Belleville, ON - $1000

        Some assembly may be required! Still a killer deal on a massive planer if you have the space (I wish I had the space).

        https://www.kijiji.ca/v-power-tool/b...8410?undefined

        http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2238/3911.pdf#page=39

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        • Re: Golden Oldies (and some not so golden) on Kijiji #2

          Originally posted by Scott Walsh View Post
          Wadkin RJ 30" Planer - Belleville, ON - $1000

          Some assembly may be required! Still a killer deal on a massive planer if you have the space (I wish I had the space).

          https://www.kijiji.ca/v-power-tool/b...8410?undefined

          http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2238/3911.pdf#page=39

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          I like the precision painting on the chain
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          • Re: Golden Oldies (and some not so golden) on Kijiji #2

            Originally posted by gojaysgo2013 View Post

            I like the precision painting on the chain
            Yeah, I'm hoping the seller didn't get around to stripping it yet and that that's not his idea of restoration.

            Anyone got a barn I can store it in for a couple years?

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            • Re: Golden Oldies (and some not so golden) on Kijiji #2

              if we all pitched in we could buy it for Jack then deliver it. Wont fit in my saturn though.
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                Buffalo 18, i hour west of london
                $250
                120v, single phase
                too big for me, tempting though, it's been for sale for over a year iirc
                https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...35793353667304

                my shop is a beaver lodge
                steve, sarnia, ont




                1940's Craftmaster Lathe

                https://www.facebook.com/artistryinwoodca/

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                • Re: Golden Oldies (and some not so golden) on Kijiji #2

                  Originally posted by stevem View Post
                  Buffalo 18, i hour west of london
                  $250
                  120v, single phase
                  too big for me, tempting though, it's been for sale for over a year iirc
                  https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...35793353667304

                  few missing pieces unfortunately looks like...
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                  • Re: Golden Oldies (and some not so golden) on Kijiji #2

                    A nice looking vintage Delta Tilt-top tablesaw, with motor, mitre gauge and blade guard.

                    $290

                    In Burlington

                    https://www.kijiji.ca/v-view-details...dId=1524149499


                    (I just don't have room for another saw!)
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                    • Re: Golden Oldies (and some not so golden) on Kijiji #2

                      Originally posted by Coop42 View Post
                      A nice looking vintage Delta Tilt-top tablesaw, with motor, mitre gauge and blade guard.

                      $290

                      In Burlington

                      https://www.kijiji.ca/v-view-details...dId=1524149499


                      (I just don't have room for another saw!)
                      same as mine! except mine has the cast iron stand
                      the saw is actually on the wrong side of the table, the stand is meant to accomadate a 6 inch jointer as well(on the left side)

                      it's a delta 1160, the guard is very rare of course and a pita!!

                      if anybody is tempted, check the trunnions very carefully, they support the table not the blade arbour

                      never move or lift the saw by using the table!
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                      steve, sarnia, ont




                      1940's Craftmaster Lathe

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                        Originally posted by stevem View Post

                        never move or lift the saw by using the table!
                        I found that out with my old King bandsaw.
                        Noel

                        "Being so impressed with the beauty of nature, I never cease to be amazed at how the
                        'touch of the human hand' can transform it into another kind of beauty that is so uniquely human.
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                        John Snow, Outdoorsman and Retired Teacher

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                          Steve, I would think cutting angles on a tilting table table saw would be awkward. I've only tilted my bandsaw table a few times and then just by a few degrees can't imagine cutting a 45. Do you use your tilty with the tabled tilted?(say that five times fast )

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                          • Re: Golden Oldies (and some not so golden) on Kijiji #2

                            I have the Craftmaster version of that Delta Tilty. they were both designed in an era when home woodworkers didn't use plywood, and for small pieces of solid wood it works reasonably well.

                            But I admit that I prefer to use it flat. ;-)

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                            • Re: Golden Oldies (and some not so golden) on Kijiji #2

                              Vintage Walker-Turner Driver Line 24" Scroll Saw

                              $100

                              https://www.kijiji.ca/v-view-details...teLocale=en_CA

                              Looks like it needs a fair bit of TLC, but the chassis and table look like they're in reasonable shape (at least the table is whole, and looks rusty, but might not be pitted). Apparently there is a hacksaw blade in the blade holder at this point, which is why the poster insisted on calling it a power hacksaw.

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                              • Re: Golden Oldies (and some not so golden) on Kijiji #2

                                Originally posted by Doug G View Post
                                Steve, I would think cutting angles on a tilting table table saw would be awkward. I've only tilted my bandsaw table a few times and then just by a few degrees can't imagine cutting a 45. Do you use your tilty with the tabled tilted?(say that five times fast )
                                actually it isnt awkward at all but i havent done sheets of plywood!
                                so yes i have cut bevels quite a bit, up to 45 degrees. it's very accurate, feels odd at first but in reality, no different

                                Coop42 that delta tilty(and mine) is a 10 inch saw not an 8. it is a full size tablesaw. delta did make an 8 inch tilty in the "homecraft" line
                                my shop is a beaver lodge
                                steve, sarnia, ont




                                1940's Craftmaster Lathe

                                https://www.facebook.com/artistryinwoodca/

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