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    Help---Part Needed

    I have a Rockwell 9" table saw, the blade height adjustment gear which was plastic broke. It is half moon shape with teeth along the bottom. It is an old saw but its a power house. The part is not made anymore (of course) .

    Rockwell 9" table saw
    Catolog #34-625
    Serial #DP5739

    ANY HELP IS GREATLY APPRECIATED ...

    Thanks Ben

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    Did you try erelacementparts.com? and the old machinery site? Do you have the pieces? Find a Makerspace nearby abd see if you can get someone to 3d print one for you out of plastic. Google Makerspace. Hope that gets you started.
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    Yes I tried them, I have the diagram from Rockwell. Took it to a machine shop his estimate was $300.00 to cut a new one. Old one shattered in to pieces.

    Ben

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    Can you send me the diagram? I'm going to check with someone I know that has a 3d printer.
    benedictione omnes bene

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    Do 3D printers print with plastics that will take that kind of pressure/torque? That's cool!
    Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
    - Arthur C. Clarke

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    Send me the diagram. Possibly I can make it for you maybe save you some money.

    voisil@comcast.net

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    Are you a member of the Vintage machines forums? (used to be the Old Woodworking Machines name)
    They also might be a good source. (Carol mentioned it, but if you didn't know the name that is helpful to find it)

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    Really, folks? This is the Internet.

    Here are the links:
    http://vintagemachinery.org/home.aspx
    http://www.owwm.org/

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