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Manufactured/Badged by:
Majestic Tool & Hardware Co.
Chicago, IL

True Manufacturer:
Unknown Manufacturer, *
Machine Specifications
Machine Class: Wood Working Machinery
Machine Type: Table Saw
Machine Size: 8 inch?
Submitted By: Robbie Field
Machine Specifications
Description/Model: miniature table saw
Date of Manufacturer: not sure
Serial Number: no number
Last Updated 8/4/2012 8:41:15 PM

Comments:
I recently purchased this table saw from an estate sale for $10.00. Not sure on what year it was made or if it is all properly put together or not? The saw is nicely made but difficult to set up in comparison to other table saw adjusting mechanisms such as in a Delta uni-saw. The table adjusts by two set screws nearest the base which when tightened keeps the table top firmly secured . The table has provisions for accepting a dado stack by removing the center plate. The saw has a 1/2 inch arbor and is nearly identical to all other table saws when setting the saw blade securely to the arbor. The table is missing the fence but it would be very easy to make to get it fully operational. This saw seems nearly identical to the machines made by Walker Turner in their "Driver" line of tools. The base, table and riser blocks, are all made of cast iron. The table saw would seemingly be a good little user for making doll furniture or small models etc. once it is finally set up for use. Although, I don't think the saw would be practical because of the long set up time needed to get it to cut safely. If someone has any information or other pictures of something like this saw I would be interested in viewing what you have. Thanks for looking!!

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Comments: table top showing blade guard insert.
Source: R. Field's camera
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Comments: The only information on the machine
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Comments: Arbor and drive pulley
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Comments: Underside of table showing the rather crude blade height adjustment set up
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Comments: cast iron riser blocks
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Comments: made in Chicago
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