the 3300's little brother!!
looks good and a manual too, how does it work?
callander foundry on the oval beaver tag indicates pre 54, rockwell manufacturing is post 54
there's a couple of others on the vintagemachinery website
i picked up the same machine a few days ago with the original stand and motor. all parts are there. i was wondering if you could copy the manual for me as the Vintage Machinery website does not have this manual.
New member here. I am also looking for a manual for the Beaver 2300 Bandsaw and was wondering if anyone knows where one can be acquired. My father had some old woodworking machines stored in his garage for the last 20 years or so and I am looking to restore them to use in a new shop I am setting up in my garage.
Steve, if you have an extra copy, I wil buy one for you and also if you have one on for the 3300 as well. I have an original copy of a TS 3200, you are welcome to it if you want it, I ordered the wrong copy, I needed the 2200 not the 3200.
Note: I don't have any manual for any of my Beaver tools, if anybody has a spare copy , I would appreciate. This is the list
note there a three different manufacturers listed for beaver. callander foundry is actually the correct one, beaver was their brandname. some appear under rockwell international because rockwell bought the callander foundry in 1954
i uploaded the 2300 manual, pending approval from the site admin. should be available later today
and it has been approved by the admin at vintage, here's the link