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    Re: HELP from the experts on choosing a vintage BEAVER TOOLS scroll saw

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    thanks for all your feedback Steve...

    I’m pretty sure the legs were painted blue later in life
    hmmm.. I will go measure what these are
    What height are the TALL ones ?

    yes will get a 4 step pulley for the motor for sure... it’s not good for the shaft or bearings to run it out of line anyways

    will retain it to a more vintage machine colour and some point
    would love to build a table like this (see pic attached)

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      Re: HELP from the experts on choosing a vintage BEAVER TOOLS scroll saw

      the legs came 24 1/2 and 31 1/4, the longer ones for the scroll saws and the small drill press
      there is a pdf of the stand plans from beaver on vintage. mike(soaknfused) who is a member here posted them, my scrollsaw stand was built from those plans by the original owner

      ive built several stands using those legs, its pretty easy to make them any size you want

      btw, if you look carefully, there are three different type legs in a set, a left, a right and two rear legs. the difference is the three holes for the panels. the stands i built usually had doors added to the front

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      my shop is a beaver lodge
      steve, sarnia, ont




      1940's Craftmaster Lathe

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