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Forum topic by nicksmurf111 posted 10-16-2015 01:27 AM 946 views 0 times favorited 6 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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nicksmurf111

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10-16-2015 01:27 AM

Might as well ask, I’m looking for Belsaw 9103 infeed and outfeed tables. I’d be willing to pay a little + shipping if you have a scrap unit, or parts. I’ll probably just make some eventually, but haven’t got around to it yet.

-- Nicholas


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swdst

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#1 posted 01-13-2019 05:34 PM

I know this is a terribly old thread, but did you ever get/make your tables? I have a 9103, and a welding shop, if you still need a set, or measurements, let me know, I’d be willing to make a set at cost plus shipping. Not look oooh ng for a profit, just to help a fellow woodworker

-- The trail is the thing, not the end of the trail. Travel too fast, and you miss all you are traveling for. Louis L'Amour

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#2 posted 01-13-2019 10:27 PM

Hi! Thanks for replying. I actually do some odd-and-end welding myself. If you could give me any idea on how the original tables work, that would be great! I haven’t got around to making any. I only use my woodworking tools for random weekend projects/house renovations. I should get this done to avoid some snipe, although I have the planer in my basement currently and space is tight.

-- Nicholas

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#3 posted 01-22-2019 12:53 AM

The tables just bolt on with 2 bolts each

This is the infeed underneath showing the bolts as well as the brackets on the side that hold a shop made table. The brackets are drilled and tapped with 2 holes each for flat head bolts. The bolt holes in the table where it meets the planer are slotted so you can level the table
The out feed table us just a piece if bent sheet metal tack welded to a piece of angle iron, which also has slotted holes for leveling. I had to out shims behind both pieces of angle below the bolts into both my tables slightly upward to eliminate snipe

These are the bolts that came with mine that hold the replaceable table to frame on the infeed side

-- The trail is the thing, not the end of the trail. Travel too fast, and you miss all you are traveling for. Louis L'Amour

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#4 posted 01-22-2019 01:58 AM

The first picture is very helpful. I wasn’t sure how the plywood was attached to the frame. Thank you!

-- Nicholas

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#5 posted 01-22-2019 03:36 AM

Those tables are pretty cool, swdst. I recently got a Powermatic badged Belsaw 985 and have been contemplating how to fabricate outfeed tables. If that offer applies to a 985 and not-Nicholas, hit me up and we can arrange payment, etc.

-- ian | "You can't stop what's coming. It ain't all waiting on you. That's vanity."

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#6 posted 02-08-2019 03:38 AM

Let me research that one a littles hampeon, and I’ll message you.

-- The trail is the thing, not the end of the trail. Travel too fast, and you miss all you are traveling for. Louis L'Amour

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