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#1 posted 03-31-2012 01:03 PM

That is a fine old saw! I think you will find that saw was actually made for Sears by Atlas. Does the model number start with 101? Atlas saw model numbers started with 101 and Emerson with 113. This and a lot of other info about vintage woodworking machinery can be found here (one of my favorite sites).

I also have an old C-man saw that I restored and have been looking for a decent cabinet design for it quite a while. After looking at lots of them on the web, I am going to start on a cabinet like this one this summer. This is based on a design from Woodsmith Magazine.

I like the storage drawers, but I want to add a deeper storage drawer for blades and accessories like this .

Good luck!

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