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08-01-2018 12:54 AM

Radial Arm Saw - vertical heel - Craftsman model 113.29003 - 0 replies

Correcting vertical heel on Craftsman radial arm saw model 113.29003 References:How to Fine Tune Your Radial Arm Saw by Jon EakesAssembly, Operating Instructions and Parts List for Craftsman Accra-Arm 10 inch radial arm saw (aka user manual) A few days ago, I had a kickback while ripping on my radial arm saw. Nothing broken, but the...

07-28-2018 03:39 AM

Planer reference book? - 7 replies

Hello Lumberjocks: I just bought my first planer. I’m looking for a good book on planer care and use. It’s a Delta Model 22-560 12 1/2” Portable Planer. I got it for $75 via craigslist. thanks, Kerry

06-15-2018 03:08 PM

Restoration of Montgomery Wards Radial Arm Saw Model TCP 2610E - 3 replies

Restoration of Montgomery Wards Radial Arm Saw Model TCP 2610E This is a summary of the project. For details see the journal I kept as I went along. *http://lumberjocks.com/KTNC/blog/122441* As best I can tell this radial arm saw was manufactured sometime in the 1970s. I finished restoring a 1960 Craftsman earlier this year ...

05-21-2018 05:16 AM

router adapter for Montgomery Wards Radial Arm Saw Model TCP 2610E - 2 replies

Hello: I’m looking for a router adapter for my Montgomery Wards Radial Arm Saw Model TCP 2610E. Part number 84-2613 Do you have one you’d like to sell? regards, Kerry

05-20-2018 03:35 PM

Bearing and grease question - radial arm saw Montogomery Wards TCP 2610E - 4 replies

I’m restoring a radial arm saw Montgomery Wards TCP 2610E. See my blog for more details if interested. http://lumberjocks.com/KTNC/blog/122441 I took the motor/gearbox apart yesterday. I need advice on two things. 1. What kind of grease is this? It’s orange in color and even though it’s probably over 40 years o...

04-03-2018 03:43 AM

Ripping short and narrow pieces on a radial arm saw - 15 replies

Ripping short and narrow pieces on a radial arm saw To: all you radial arm saw users I was working with 12” x 12” Baltic birch plywood sheets – 1/8” and 3/8” thick. I needed to cut 2 3/8 inch wide by 12 inch strips from the 1/8” sheets. If the pieces were longer, I would use my board buddies. I w...

12-19-2017 11:51 PM

How do I planarize this slab so I can use it as a table for my radial arm saw? - 21 replies

I’m making a new table for my radial arm saw. This piece of material used to be part of a table. I think its particle board with a laminate top, but maybe it’s MDF. Some form of sawdust and glue anyway. It’s 1 3/16 inch thick, 24 inches wide and 57 1/2 inch long. It’s very stiff, but not planar. If I lay a straig...

12-14-2017 03:37 PM

Outdoor Storage - Jointer - 33 replies

Outdoor storage – Jointer Background: I bought a used General International Jointer in the summer of 2017. I don’t have room to keep this inside my shop. The surface around the shop is gravel which makes it very hard to roll anything around. I decided to keep the jointer permanently outside and do the best I can to prevent dam...


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