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Shop Tools #2: Another recently acquired Shop Tool

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Blog entry by LarryDNJR posted 05-04-2010 07:28 AM 2641 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
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I recently received My Wife’s late Father’s Craftsman 10in 2.5HP 13Amps 5000RPM Table Saw 137.218780. It is more than a few years old but is in really great shape. The blade that it had on it didn’t look in to bad of shape. I did pickup a new blade to use instead and keep the other as backup for now. I bought a Freud Industrial 10in Heavy Duty Multi-Purpose 60T 1/8in Kerf Saw Blade LU82M010. The thing cuts wood like it is warm butter. I am very happy to have come across this additional tool to go into my work shop once I get it built. Also it having previously been my Father-in-law’s table saw I am more than happy to be able to use it.

Craftsman 10in 2.5HP 13Amps 5000RPM Table Saw 137.218780 - 1

Craftsman 10in 2.5HP 13Amps 5000RPM Table Saw 137.218780 - 2

Freud Industrial 10in Heavy Duty Multi-Purpose 60T 1-8in Kerf Saw Blade LU82M010

-- ~Larry Columbus, OH



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#1 posted 05-04-2010 03:22 PM

Only thing I really need to get fully functional minus the actual building for the shop would be a drill press.

Followed by a grinder, dust collection system, planer, jointer and a few other miscellaneous tools down the line such as some clamps for glue up, bench chisels, etc.

-- ~Larry Columbus, OH

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