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Walker-Turner Co., Inc.
Jersey City, NJ; Plainfield, NJ
Wood Working Machinery
Model 2220 Table Saw
Date of Manufacturer:
12/13/2012 8:15:27 PM
I have owned this saw for eighteen years. It has been a very good machine. I've recently restored much of the appearance, as it appears in the pictures. These saws are somewhat rare. This saw is 95 percent original--the switch was changed to a square-D, industrial-quality motor starter switch. I paid $350.00 for the machine when I bought it. It owes me nothing. Excellent machine
I would like to hear from Walker-Turner table saw owners.
ps. I have a couple of original product brochures for two similar 10-inch saws. I will be submitting these in the near future.
EDIT: this entry was updated on 12/13/12 to update some of the specifications listed above. The date of manufacture for this saw would run sometime between 1953 and 1955, based on the fact that it has a Type 3 Walker-Turner manufacturer's badge, which style was introduced in 1953, and this model of saw was apparently replaced with a new version of the saw, Model 221/2221, in 1955. (This is a nice specimen 2200 saw: it includes both extension tables, the original blade guard, the original fence, a "geared-head miter gauge", and the W-T badged motor. A very nice machine which has been well restored. Nice job, Jerry!) The original date of entry for this submission was 3/2/2003. Admin: DG
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