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01-26-2014 07:13 PM

State of the Site - 52 replies

To the folks at Escalate Media, You may or may not have noticed that there are many members who are quite displeased with changes to the site that have taken place recently. I for one, understand the additional advertising. You are a business, and as such are in it to make a profit. But why the other changes? By ‘other changesR...

11-23-2013 02:09 PM

Need Glue up advice - 10 replies

I’m working on a cutting board for a client. I glued up strip of various species and it came out well—except that the roasted oak bonded very poorly with the adjacent strip of ash. The bond was poor enough that it broke (cleanly along the joint, with no loss of material on either side. This roasted oak (comes out awesomely black w...

10-26-2013 08:47 AM

vintage craftsman table saw--help - 7 replies

Somebody please help. I have recently bought a Craftsman table saw, manufactured in 1957 by King Seeley. It is a model 103.24440 ten-inch saw. I have it ready to run save for one thing—no arbor pulley. If anyone out there has one, could you please measure both the motor pulley and the arbor pulley for me. I really want to get this thin...

10-23-2013 04:40 PM

craftsman 103.24440 - 4 replies

I recently bought a 1950s craftsman table saw, model number 103.24440 for $60! The arbor shaft is broken, but I am a machinist and plant maintenance mechanic, so making this machine work is not a huge undertaking. The pulley on the arbor shaft is missing. If anyone out there has this saw, could you please measure the outside diameters of both...

10-16-2013 09:02 PM

103-24440 craftsman table saw - 6 replies

I have an opportunity to buy a model 103-24440 Craftsman table saw manufactured in the 1950s. I am unable to find anything on it. Does anybody know anything about? Even from the pics, I can tell that it would be a huge upgrade from my POC 9” Delta (The fence is a constant source of irritation).


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