They made one with a stamped metal top thin stuff like autobody metal they
also made a composit top somethine black looked like hard plastic but good
quality stuff. These I think would have been in the 70's and early 80's
about the same time they had the light green power tools they were real
cheap made consumer models. Russ.
Neither. It's advertised in a local buy&sell. After reading the
comments here I think I'll give it a pass. I'm just looking for a saw
to use for finishing work at my brother's cabin but I don't think this
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On Mon, 07 Mar 2005 23:52:16 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Ken Muldrew)
==============Yep MY original Tablesaw was a Rockwell 9 in and it did have
a sheet metal top and egg crate extention wings... I purchased in in
the early 70's... Had a direct drive motor aslo...
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