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#1 posted 06-08-2011 04:11 AM

While none of these are quite as big as the lathe I posted I figured I my collection of old arn wouldn’t be too far off topic. So here are most of the machines in my shop. Every machine came to me as a rusty pile to one degree or another, and for every machine I took them all apart, cleaned them, fixed them, and repainted them. Each machine takes 30 to 90 days working a few hours a day to complete on average.

Walker Turner 1200 model 15” drill press – my first restore – not the best paint choice

DeWalt 12” RAS

Walker Turner 24” Scroll Saw

Powermatic Model 60 – 8” Jointer

Parks Planer

Delta Unisaw dated 1950

Boice Crane OSS (restore still in progress – it makes a terrifying screeching noise that needs to be resolved).


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