|Forum topic by KRR||posted 03-24-2016 02:21 PM||580 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
03-24-2016 02:21 PM
I found this saw on Craigslist today, bought it and took it home this evening. It was sold to me completely assembled, it functioned well. I only took it apart to move it, as I did not have a friend available to help me move this heavy piece.
I grew up with a radial arm saw, so I know a bit about the dangers of operating them. However, I would be curious to hear thoughts on this model, and what I should look out for as I bring it into my shop and begin incorporating it into my lineup.
It is a Rockwell Beaver. I don’t have pictures of the serial number or specs, but I can get to them easily. (Sorry, just didn’t have time tonight and forgot to get a picture)
I do have some pictures here, so if you’re feeling like passing some tips on, I’m all ears. I plan to use this saw in my day to day hobbies, so any and all opinions are welcome.
First post here, so thank you for reading! Have a great day!
-- The most dangerous tool in the shop is always a human.