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  1. Radial arm saw bench

    I bought a 1969 craftsman radial arm saw out of the paper for 40.00. It came with almost all the acc. including the original manual. In the back of the manual it gave a set of plans to build a bench to put the saw in. Man what a tool! This takes up alot of space but added 12 tools to my shop not...
  2. Philadelphia High Back Windsor

    I made this chair as part of the same class as my pal, Fred Dudak, at the Windsor Institute with Michael Dunbar. Fred's chair was more refined than mine when I left-he's got more of the chairmaker knack. But I did a little work on my knuckles and redeemed myself a little! Delicate...
  3. Microscope positioner

    After buying microscope, I couldn't stomach the cost of a proper microscope mount. So I made one of beech. The counterweight has ~7lbs of metal hidden inside. It balances almost perfectly… a bit of luck
  4. Picture Frames Made from Ipe Balusters

    I have a stack of ipe balusters that use to be on a deck that I upgraded. I decided to repurpose some of the balusters by making picture frames. This wood is very hard and eats up tools so I kept the profile simple. All the work was done using my radial arm saw. I also made a video that...
  5. Maple Bowl

    This was from a Maple tree I was given in 11/09. This is my first attempt at turning in reverse, that way was a lot easier getting under the rim.
  6. Arts & Crafts Style Inspired Prairie Couch, Oak Leaf and Acorns Hand Carved Panels

    This was a commissioned piece of art-furniture, and so it has been (SOLD). I would love to build another one. If you are interested in an uncomprimisingly built, heavy duty, solid wood couch, please email me at: [email protected] You can see more of this project at my website - - - -...
  7. 1959 DeWalt Radial Arm Saw Complete Restoration

    ---------------------------------------------------- FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT MY WEBSITE: blakeweber.us ---------------------------------------------------- When I first started setting up my woodshop, I cleared out an old horse stables down in the field at my grandparents property. In...
  8. Comb Back Windsor Arm Chair

    This is a chair that I made with Curtis Buchanan while we were working on a publication for this design. We thought it would be good to build the piece we would be working on together so that I knew the ins and outs of the piece. It was great fun. It was made all from green wood starting with...
  9. Curved Continuous Arm Windsor Settee

    This is a curved seat continuous arm settee. It has a steam bent under carriage as well to match the flow of the seat and arm bow. It is made completely in the traditional way. Milk paint finish. This piece took home the ribbon for "Best Traditional" and "Turner's Choice" award for the 2012...
  10. Woodworking Skill Share
    I working on finishing up a Morris Arm Chair that is the product of a class I took this summer at American Sycamore in Indiana. I'm just about ready to put on a finish and have been considering my options on upholstry. I have never done upholstry myself nor have I farmed out a job like this...
  11. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I saw one tonight in Federal WAy, WA. Anyone interested, holler and I'll fill you in.
  12. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Greetings and salutations Lumberjocks! The greatest neighbor in the world just completed the construction of his shop, and had some redundancy of tools. He gave me his beautiful Craftsman radial arm saw, the aftermarket rolling base with drawers, and both drawers full of goodies and accessories...
  13. Marketplace Classifieds
    Greetings and salutations Lumberjocks! I'm looking for the retrofit kit from the recall put out on Craftsman Radial Arm Saws. My saw was built in 1977, model number 113.19771. Anyone who is getting rid of/disposing of their RAS, or has the retrofit kit and is unhappy with or has no need for...
  14. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Greetings and salutations LumberJocks! This is an update regarding the topic I posted a couple days ago about my new radial arm saw. Thanks to your great help, she's fully functional and… WOW. As I stated earlier, she only had 10 hours of use, and I got her from the first owner. After I washed...
  15. Marketplace Classifieds
    I have my dad's old Ward's Powr-Kraft model TPC-2610A radial arm saw from 1966 and no room in my shop. He was a putterer and probably used this saw less than fifty hours. I replaced the particle board table, and used it slightly. I also made a safety "key" for the trigger to replace the long...
  16. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hi all, I ran into an old Dewalt Radial Arm Saw. This thing is a brute. I took a gamble on this one. It has some rust here and there but it looked like surface rust to me. Any help on where to locate parts and the table itself would be greatly appreciated. Here are some shots…
  17. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hello Everyone, Thank you very much for accepting me into the forum. I've taken a look through some previous posts and it seems there is a plethora of experience and information regarding older radial arm saws. I have also seen photos of the part which has recently given up the ghost on my...
  18. Marketplace Classifieds
    I would like to sell or trade my Craftsman 3HP Contractor Radial Arm Saw. If you are interested let me know. I have additional pictures if you want to see more. If you want to trade I would like a router table or bandsaw. I will consider other trades Regards, Steve
  19. Blogs
    Broken tendon, .....that's tendon, not tenon Well, I have to admit this is a new one for me. I'm in the final steps of completing my version of the new fangled workbench and was moving the top, back and forth over the leg assembly. It's 2' x 4' x 2" thick with a 50 pound Craftsman...
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