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Manufactured/Badged by:
Sears | Craftsman
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True Manufacturer:
Emerson Electric Co., St. Louis, MO; Ferguson, MO; Paris, TN
Machine Specifications
Machine Class: Wood Working Machinery
Machine Type: Table Saw
Machine Size: 10"
Submitted By: Phillip Irish
Machine Specifications
Description/Model: 113.29992 Tilt-Arbor Bench Saw
Date of Manufacturer: 1960s
Serial Number: none
Last Updated 12/20/2016 9:39:18 AM

Comments:
Bought this saw off of craigslist, needed a lot of cosmetic surgery; mechanically good condition, previous owner saw to that. A very heavy machine, with the tilting arbor/motor arrangement. Very sturdy and dependable saw. No, shake, rattle or roll with this one; like some of the newer light weight ones do. Very solid. A left side extension will complete the project. I have restored cosmetically many Craftsman machines, table saws, band saws, shapers, scroll saws, and the like and always used Rustolem Industrial Dark Machinery Gray, or later Charcoal Gray enamel, but those colors were never really compatible with the Craftsman color. Then by accident, I found some spray cans of Krylon Industrial Tough Coat Acrylic Enamel #329 Machinery Blue/Gray ASA 24. This is the color I'd been looking for all these years; It's a truly beautiful color. The paint is manufactured by a division of Sherwin-Williams Co. Solon, OH. 44139. Check out the color on my pictures and see what you think, and see if this color might work for you too, if you restore the Old Machines.
An Update 12-19-2013, on where to purchase the Machinery Blue Gray paint, ref. an inquiry from OWWM member, Tony. I bought the paint from GlobalIndustrial.com. https://www.globalindustrial.com/contactUs, and their Product # is: T9AB37811, and min order is 12 (case), 12 oz. cans and the price per case is $57.72. Just give them that number and that should get you the paint. Thanks again Tony for your helpful inquiry.
Update 4-3-2016. Question from Cindy in MN about the price I got for this saw restored. I believe I got $200 for it when sold. I'm sort of guessing as it's been awhile. But it takes a lot of work and sweat to make these old tools shine. Thanks, Cindy for your question.
Update 5-30-2016, Question by: Wayne K. "Were the casters on this saw an option". "No, they weren't, just some I found to make the saw more mobile". However in the BEFORE restoration picture, that caster system was an option from Craftsman.






Photo Index Submission by this Member

Photo 1:

Comments: The Start of a New Project
Source: My Photos Canon 620A
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Photo 2:

Comments: Restore-Frt View
Source: My Photo-Canon A620
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Comments: Left Side View
Source: My Photo-Canon A620
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Comments: Rear View
Source: My Photo-Canon A620
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Comments: Right Side View
Source: My Photos Canon A620
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Comments: Left Side view
Source: My Photo-Canon A620
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