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Manufactured/Badged by:
Rockwell Manufacturing Co.
Pittsburgh, PA

Machine Specifications
Machine Class: Wood Working Machinery
Machine Type: Table Saw
Machine Size: 10" Table Saw
Submitted By: Scott Riddle
Machine Specifications
Description/Model: Table Saw, Model# 34-335
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Last Updated 12/6/2013 1:18:16 PM

Comments:
I picked up this great little old table saw at a auction sale for $35. It came with an old dull steel toothed blade that cut very hard. I just recently swapped out the blade for a nice carbide toothed blade and it was night and day different cutting. I went to raise the blade the other day and it would not raise up. So I pulled the entire thing apart to find what was gummed up. The trunion that the motor rotates in was all gummed up from the 30-40 year old grease in it. I also found the pulley that the blade bolts to had 2 big chunks out of it. To separate the motor from the housing it rotates in I had to make a puller to pull the sprocket of. I also had to tap into the pulley to bolt my puller onto it. The pulley is made out of some hard material and is tough on taps. I broken off 2 of them. I was able to turn one out but not the other. I went to another pair of holes. There are 6 on it but I only need 2 for the puller. Once it was pulled off I was able to separate the motor from the trunion housing. It still had the original grease in it. Probably from the 70's or older. I used carb and choke cleaner to loosen up the old grease and wiped it out with a rag. I re greased it and it now rotates smoothly. In Pulling off the pulley I neglected to watch the belt and ended up breaking it. Now I have to purchase a new one. They are discontinued on most places I looked but the Delta website says they have them still {11/2014}

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Comments: Showing the sprocket pulled off of the stub shaft.
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Comments: Closeup of the saw blade pulley, pulled off.
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Comments: Home made puller used to pull the sprocket off.
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Comments: Old sprocket showing broken sections along side a new one that came with the saw. Hint tap 2 of the holes(5/16-18 tap) in a new sprocket so when you have to pull it ever again it is already done and you can pull it right on the saw with out having to pull
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Comments: Motor removed from trunion frame. Notice grease grove that goes all around. It is fed by the grease zirk.
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