I came across an old craftsman table saw modle # 103.21041 made by
emerson thats really odd it has a jouinter bolted right on the side of
the saw the jounter seems to have no markings that I can find
but I do think its orignial to the saw both tables are even to each
other and the fence rail for the table saw fence continues across the
front of the jounter as well as the jounter has no base but has a dust
shoot atached to the bottom and the round depth knob on the front
matches the the blade depth knob on the saw
since Ive seen the same saw twice once just the saw and once as the
combo but the old guy had mounted the jounter in a bench and had no info
on them he had bought this set up new in the 50s
I tryed old wood working machiens .com but could only find the saw it
self anyone have any info Id really apreciate it
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On Fri, 18 Jun 2004 08:18:12 -0700, email@example.com (JAMES Mankin)
Sorry, I don't have any information on the specific question you're
asking, but just a point; that "103" probably means it was
manufactured by King-Seely. I believe Emerson's code was "113."
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