Identifying a Table Saw

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Forum topic by Notslar posted 07-18-2012 09:09 AM 1654 views 0 times favorited 1 reply Add to Favorites Watch
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07-18-2012 09:09 AM

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I need some help identifying a 10” table saw that has recently fell into my lap for possible purchase. The only tag on the actual saw says “Continental Industries” and identifies it as model “TSC-10”. It was made in 1986 according to the tag on the saw and the one on the motor. It is belt driven by a 1 1/2 hp motor and can be rewired for either 115v or 220v power supply. It powers up nice and is whisper quiet compared to the direct drive Ryobi I normally borrow from my Dad for projects. It has a rip fence that tracks on two round bars and locks in place with both a threaded knob and then a lever. There is also a miter gauge but absolutely no “safety” guards. I have scoured the internet and can’t find any information that seems to match up with it other then an occasional post about a Grizzly Table Saw with the same model number. Can anyone here help?

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#1 posted 07-18-2012 11:39 AM

A Taiwanese manufactured named Mao Shan offered a TSC-10 contractor saw that was sold under several brands, including Bridgewood, Grizzly, Sunhill, Jet, GI, and others. A pic is worth 1000 words!

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