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Table Saws #1: Beaver 6200 9" Table Saw - The Find

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Blog entry by uMinded posted 333 days ago 795 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
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Got this guy for free from work. I paid $25 for a RAS and they wanted the whole corner cleaned out.

Unit is a ~1979 Beaver 9” Tilting Table Saw


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#1 posted 332 days ago

I’m pretty sure your Beaver TS qualifies as “arn”. You definitely qualify for a “YOU SUCK’ award. Are you posting your restoration at OWWM site? There are some Beaver owners and admirers over there. I know they would appreciate your restoration efforts. If not already, you can load your photos either, before, before/after, or just after into their database. That really helps folks trying to ID old tools. At first I thought the cart was a ho’made rig from an outdoor grill, but those feet look Delta-ish. A perfect fit. Looking very forward to following along.

-- God is great, wood is good. Let us thank Him for wood......and old hand tools.

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