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Ok....
You throw a machine up like that ......without pictures.....:eek:



Most certainly we can help.:thumbsup:


What is the dysfunction with the beauty.......?


Throw pics up- it's a must!....


Kudos to your acquisition of the Crescent ship saw!..:clap:,:clap:,:clap:
 

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:laughing:...

I totally forgot about that..........:rolleyes:

None the less....


I think it is a "Dead thread" .........slightly disappointed......I was hoping for some dialog,....:rolleyes:

Like I said,...

Something is not write here.......he- (whoever it is)- :rolleyes: is (was) on here when I responded (for quite some time).....you would think there would be a response......:blink:...:rolleyes:


Being played with comes to mind....by whom,,,,:rolleyes:



JMPOV,
 

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He probably doesn't sit on here and push the refresh button over and over again to see if new comments have posted like the rest of us:whistling
 

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Well Barthalemue ,
If D did this,... He's going to have to be a little more creative .....


Backfired.......


Next!........




And I was so pumped up.......:rolleyes:....:laughing:
 

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She sells ship saws down by the seashore ....


I'm intrigued Brian, throw up a pic of a 36" ship saw.....
 

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I can only assume these were used for cutting the planks that made up the hulls of wooden ships? The multi positioning of the blade in relation to the fixed table would allow heavy loading and infinite degrees of cuts?
 

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So they could change the angle as they cut?

That's pretty cool
 
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