I have decided to put all of this into a blog instead of the forums. Here is a link to the previous forums.
Well, I finally got pictures of it. I wish I had pictures from before working on it. I have spent a lot of time trying to clean up the cast iron top. I tried to get pictures that show what it looks like, but it is hard to capture.
I picked up a new tape for the Unifence today but haven’t got it installed yet.
I also have not had time to take the motor out and check it for vibration without the pulley on it. I will do this tomorrow. If the motor is the vibration problem, I do not know what I will do. I have about $600 in it right now.
I know the side table is not set up correctly, it is just temporarily set up to support the Unifence. Can someone show me how the table support legs and horizontal angles attach?
I’ll keep you all updated on what happens with the saw. I hope that I can remove the vibration cheaply and then I’ll keep the saw. If I have to get a new motor to remove the vibration, I may get rid of it. I don’t know about adding another $350 in a motor. The saw runs and cuts fine, it just has more vibration than a Unisaw should have.
Thanks for the help so far, and I would appreciate anymore that you can offer.
-- Kevin, Wichita, Kansas