Craftsman Table Saw

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Blog series by cootcraig updated 03-31-2015 02:00 PM 4 parts 15395 reads 12 comments total

Part 1: Purchased the saw

02-19-2015 03:38 PM by cootcraig | 3 comments »

Inspired by this video series on refurbishing a Craftsman Table saw, I found and purchased one. Nelson Studios saw refurb Here it is as I was disassembling it on my pickup. The saw disassembled, so I could move it and start cleaning it up. Next up I will clean, paint and polish the wings. I plan to mask the top surface while I paint the bottom with Rustoleum hammered gray spray paint. Then I will clean the top surface and apply Boeshield T-9 and finish with paste wax.

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Part 2: Rolling Base to Build for the Saw

02-21-2015 03:40 PM by cootcraig | 0 comments »

Planning note. The saw did not come with a stand. I plan to fabricate a rollingstand that will mate with my build of Ron Paulks portable bench II. I will adaptthis rolling base for my saw. Rolling Stand Blog Entry

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Part 3: Paulk Workbench II looks good for limited garage work shop

02-21-2015 04:26 PM by cootcraig | 2 comments »

I like to map out things in advance so the will fit at the end. The Paulk Workbench IIwill work well in my limited garage space. I will very limited in saw use until I havea rolling stand for it and I want the saw/stand to mate with the workbench. Hereis the youtube announcement for the Paulk Workbench II. A still to see what it looks like.

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Part 4: Cleaned Up Cast Iron

03-31-2015 02:00 PM by cootcraig | 7 comments »

Here is the cast iron top and wings after clean up and waxing. Boeshield T-9 applied and then rubbed on Carnauba paste wax.

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