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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"
Submitted By: Stanton Gragg
Machine Specifications
Description/Model: Unisaw 34-466
Date of Manufacturer: 1970's
Serial Number: IV 618
Last Updated 12/30/2008 8:09:48 AM

Comments:
Stood all day at an auction (mostly in the drizzle and rain) last July waiting for this Unisaw to come up. I had set a certain dollar limit before the auction, and sure enough, that's what I paid for it. It came with a 52" Unifence. Bought it for $400. Not really a "deal" per se, but I wanted a Unisaw. The "deal" came later when I sold the Unifence for $150 and my old Craftsman tablesaw for $150, thus making this Unisaw: $100. That's more like it!!

I don't know if the motor was/is original; it had no nameplate. It appears to be a 1-1/2 HP Leeson or similar (220v-1 phase). There was rust on the base of the unit before the auction and from the pictures you can see that there was some rust on the table top, after the auction (arn sitting out in the rain all day are prone to rust!).

Anyway, this Unisaw was disassembled, cleaned, scoured, primed and repainted. Took about 3 weeks to finally get it downstairs and put in use. Made a new cord and plug for it as well. Runs fairly well; sometimes jerks on start-up (I need to look at replacing the belts). Regardless, I'll take it over my Craftsman saw.

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Comments: Restored Unisaw w/ STOP flapper.
Source: Stanton's resto garage.
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Comments: Front view. Wings and fence are already off.
Source: Stanton's resto garage.
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Comments: Front right quarter.
Source: Stanton's resto garage.
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Comments: Pieces/parts primed and ready to paint.
Source: Stanton's resto garage.
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Comments: Individual pieces brought downstairs, ready for reassembly.
Source: Stanton's basement shop.
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Comments: Mostly reassembled in the shop.
Source: Stanton's basement shop.
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