03-12-2010 05:48 PM
Craftsman 1957 model, it has done everything that I need a saw to do for all these years. I did put a newer fence on it and a set of Pals but that is it I love it. Sorry Craftsman Bashers
03-12-2010 05:51 PM - edited 03-12-2010 05:52 PM
Craftsman 22124 hybrid.
At the time it was the best cabinet-mount trunion hybrid on the market. Nice Beise fence, good adjustment strategies, a real winner in the under-3HP class.
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03-12-2010 06:11 PM
I have a 2008 10 inch Powermatic 66 made in Tennessee, a 1980's 12 inch Dayton....don't know where it was made or who made it , but I have it set up as my Dado saw and last is my restored 1938 cast iron Craftsman ,with a riving knife on it that I made out of an old saw blade, tilts with the blade but does not follow the blade up and down, so I guess it would be called a home nmade spliter. Also I put a 2 1/2 Baldor motor on it. The motor is just about as big as the saw. I mounted the saw on a electrical transformer cabinet, which makes it look like a regular cabinet saw. I painted it the old Delta blue green gray color. I need to get familiar with posting pictures on this site.