Rockwell 34-395 TS

Opensightryan

Ryan
Senior User
It's finally time for me to part ways with some equipment. I need space in my basement shop and I want to start woodworking tools instead of collecting the tools. This was my first cabinet saw I bought it from App State industrial arts department. It has some light rust on the top and some pitting in stripes from where App stored it with the fence on the table. It comes with all the accessories I have for it and tools needed to do arbor changes, also spare parts from a grizzly when they cloned this saw.

I wrote a quick overview of what is included in a pic.

I will answer questions as quickly as I can. You are welcome to come see the saw before you buy, But I do ask that you be serious about buying and not just looking because you will be coming into my home. Which is occupied by my newborn.

I am wanting $1000

Thank you
( I will soon be posting a delta 13'' planer, jet 6" jointer and a delta shaper)
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Opensightryan

Ryan
Senior User
This is an awesome saw from when rockwell still made real tools. There are three freud blades, the fusion and the silver one we're repaired and sharpened at carbide saw in highpoint.

Also if you're worried about loading, it may be in my basement but it's a drive in basement and I have a skid steer with pallet forks.

Please save me from having to sell on facebook.
 

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