It's a three horse, came with the sliding table attachment (and a
"spare"cast iron wing where the sliding table attaches) and the Shopfox
mobility kit and the long Unifence.
The guy I got it from threw in an 8" Freud dado set, several blades and all
Ya' reckon $800. was reasonable?
The only thing that bugs me is no apparent method for attaching the dust
There is a slot at the bottom and I did a search but found only one
"accessory" which I can probably do better.
Question... do they make a converter or shroud for a 4" DC line?
OK. The obligatory 'you suck' is proffered. You really did quite well.
The dust collection on new Unisaws is essentially a couple of sloped ramps
in the bottom of the cabinet, with a pretty standard 4" coupler, which
attaches to the saw body with sheet metal screws. Any wooddorking outlet
should have a similar, at least as useful part, for less than $10. If the
ramps are needed, 1/4" plywood should do the job nicely. 6 coats of
shellac, followed by several coats of Johnson's paste wax, and you should
be in business.
Be sure to hook up the saw to the dc with pvc pipe. And clean the top with
Well, it's knot my problem <BG>.
There is some cleaning up to do, and new belts, etc. but my Jet contractor
style saw will probably be put on Dado duty and the Unisaur will take its
The table (MDF) has some bow, and the prior owner must gave done some
fiberglass lay up on it... the stuff is really hard. It will most likely be
But I'm happy to have the beast in my stable.
Already have one... RAS, that is. It stays fixed at 90 degrees, there's a
SCMS on its left at 45 and a CMS on its right a 45 the other way. All are
mounted on a common plane along with a square hole shooter.
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