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02-06-2018 09:43 PM

Powermatic 64A table saw out of square at 45° - 10 replies

Hi guys…I’m trying to get my table saw to cut squae at 45 °s, but cant seem to get it dialed in. I marked one tooth on my blade with a sharpie and measured with a square over to that tooth from the tables track and then rotated that tooth to the back and remeasured. I made an adjustment to get it to 90°degrees with the blade in the...

01-21-2018 09:47 PM

Cleaning interior Table Saw Worm Gear - 14 replies

Well it was time to clean my Powermatic 64A table saw interior and grease the worm gears. Time consuming but necessary to say the least. I started to notice my turn crank began getting hard to turn when approaching 35° thru 45°. I took a small brass brush and cleaned all the worm gear teeth. The teeth were caked with saw dust…I suspec...

05-09-2017 12:38 AM

Duplicator Master & Blank rotation design Help - 0 replies

Built my DIY duplicator over the winter months and now I’m trying to decide on what type of bearings and belt drive system to design. Keeping in mind im trying to come up with a system that will rotate the master and blank at the same rate. ..as well as being able to lock the desire position. All the dulicators on the market want you...

05-06-2017 01:14 PM

Table Saw Blade Guard Issue - 2 replies

I have a powermatic 64A T-saw that came with a blade guard design I didnt like, so I never used it. Being older and wiser I went to install it and ran into an issue with the blade guard itself…it has a pin thatStops the side guards to raise up when running a piece of stock thru – my question is, should I just shear the pins o...


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