Hard to be sure, but it looks like an old Stanley or Rockwell table saw.
Although it could be any number of other brands. Do you have any other info?
Like where you found it, if it was outside (meaning it may not be too old),
was it with other stationary tools (if so, did they have makers plates, that
could suggest that the owner had levels of tools). people who buy low end
stationary tools don't tend to mix them with high end ones. Though thats not
a hard and fast rule, it is a good indicator.
The style is called "cabinet saw" and is usually a high end saw. General,
Jet, Powermatic, and of course Delta make very good versions of this type,
but some low end asian tool makers also make these types, like the Harbor
Freight Chicago Electric and Central Machinery brands. The low end are hit
and miss, you might get a good tool or you might not, their quality varies
Look under the top around the trundle assembly for any marks. Also any
logos, numbers or letters stamped or cast in or on any parts. Also see if
you can post a larger picture, that one is awfully small to show any detail.
Only that if it was green it had been repainted or was General or
Powermatic not Delta/Rockwell or Walker-Turner (altho don't think this
one is quite that old).
From the size of the fence and rail I'd guess there's at least a decent
chance this is a 12" rather than 10" and likely to be 3-phase.
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