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Thread: Craftsman 10" bandsaw

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    Craftsman 10" bandsaw

    I just picked up one of these on sale for $159 after looking at the Rikon for close to $300. Are they made by the same company? The two look identical except for the paint. Hopefully it works as good as it looks. The Powermatic my neighbor gave me is obsolete so I have to have the blades made for me. With the new one, I can just leave the big one set for making turning blanks and resawing.

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    Must be my computer cause I can't see it...The picture just isn't showing up on my screen...I guess there is no band saw...
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    I can't see it too... but I guess there is a band saw...

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    can't either of you see it?! it's right there, just behind the 5" gun mount, on the foredeck fo the frigate in the background...
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    I thought I saw it, but it was just a smuge on my monitor
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    "one of these"???
    I'm asquintin' hard as I can. Still cain't see it.
    Enjoy.
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    I put my glasses back on and still couldn't see it. No pics didn't happen.

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    Here's your picture, all touched up. It was much too small, so I enlarged it & played with the colors a little.







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    gee, thanks for all the information.

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