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    Posted 6 years ago

    chainsmoker
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    This little saw is pretty awesome. Well manufactured. Fully and sturdy.

    Motor powered and plugs in to 110v.

    Pully and chain driven.

    Can't find any manufacture marks yet. Who made it and in what decade?

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    Comments

    1. Recordmantime, 6 years ago
      its for cutting metal its like a Kalamazoo saw...home made looks like
    2. Recordmantime, 6 years ago
      https://www.google.com/search?q=Kalamazoo+saw&espv=2&biw=1280&bih=923&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj3haaVqeTOAhVGziYKHXwqBsYQsAQIUw
    3. Recordmantime, 6 years ago
      if not home made should be a pattern number on it you can google ...
    4. chainsmoker, 6 years ago
      I know it's not home made. Cast parts. Well built. The small rolling stand is hand made. It's a table top motor powered hack saw.

      Also Kalamazoo is a manufacturer not a product. I will look for a patent number
    5. machinistrjd, 1 year ago
      This is a casting kit that was available in the 1970's. I know for a fact because I purchased one and machined it in metal shop class for a project in 1974. It had 2 options. Chain drive or cut the gears. I cut the gears. I entered it in the 1974 Santa Clara County Fair. Won 2nd place and still have the $2 prize check.

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