I have an old Boyce Crane tilting arbor table saw that needs some TLC but
everything works. Is it worth the effort to put in to it I am considering
selling it. It has the original motor to I think. It is not a cabinet saw,
its mounted to a home made 2x4 type table. The motor weighs more than the
cast iron table with arbor. LOL. Anyone got an Idea of its value.
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Check out the old iron at http://www.owwm.com You should be able to get
more info on it there.... BTW, the saw is worth NOTHING at all, in fact, I
have come to understand that the EPA considers it to contain some pretty
serious industrial wastes. Tell you what, if you'll ship it to me, I'll
take it care of it for you... No charge! We're having a community Hazardous
Materials tablesaw collection day next week. You've REALLY lucked out by
E mail me for details, and DON'T listen to the rest of the whiners here
saying that I'm foolin' you... ;-)
We have a Boice Crane 10 inc table saw in our shop. About 15 years ago I
needed parts and I found a place that had original parts for the machine. I
have no clue where to find them again.
The saw works pretty nicely for the little use we give it.
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