I went to the auction today and there was an ancient 8" Craftsman table
saw with an extension table and a 4" jointer, all driven by the same
motor. I walked away from it, but it was a thin crowd and when I came
back it hadn't sold and $35 was too much of a temptation.
So, a 103.22160 King Seely saw, 103.23340 jointer with some small nicks
in the knives. It's all heavy as hell.
Do I leave this on the curb or drag it into the shop? What upgrades or
I have a sparse woodshop with a RAS and hand tools, I usually cut
plywood with a fence and a small circular as the RAS has a limited rip.