Introduction I have an old table saw that I'm bringing back to life, and I wanted to document, share, and possibly enlist some help in the process. I bought it in Summer 2017 on Craigslist for $50. Says Craftsman on the front with a model number on the back of 103.21041. Some research has led me to believe it is possibly from the 1960's and was made by King-Seeley Corp. - Central Specialty Division in Michigan, USA. It has a belt driven motor that hangs off the back with a Westinghouse label. I currently have it fit with a 7 1/4" blade, but I believe it could go up to 8". Max depth of cut is about 2". The table is in pretty clean condition. It runs just fine off 110v power. I was able to cut 2x4's or plywood easily. Haven't really tried any beefy hardwood yet. For context, this is my first table saw. I did some research and was led to believe that the modern $150 entry level table saws aren't anything special. So when I saw this bad boy I was pretty pleased. Cast iron top with a belt driven motor for 1/3 the price seemed like a good deal to me. I believed I would need to put some elbow grease into getting it tuned up, but I felt it could pretty quickly surpass the alternatives.