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Loveswood
Craftsman Moulding Head Set
Loveswood

Hello! I was wondering if anyone has a manual for a Craftsman Moulding Head Set that I acquired when I purchased my old house. I think the set is from the 50's but would love to try it out on my table saw but I'm not quite sure how to set it up. A PDF would be wonderful!! Thanks for any help.

A. Spruce
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A. Spruce

Have you done a Google search and/or a search of the Sears/Craftsman website? If you aren't aware, you can use Google's advanced search feature to search particular terms and/or websites.

To get to the advance search page, go to Google's home page and at the end of the logo you'll see "advanced search", "language tools", etc. Click "advanced search", then enter your search words/term, then towards the bottom of the page you can enter the domain (website ) address of which you want to search or exclude from search.

Sombreuil_mongrel
Re: Craftsman Moulding Head Set
Sombreuil_mongrel

Hi,
You must have the accessory dado insert or a zero-clearance insert for your table saw.
I have gotten a lot of use out of mine; will do some cuts you'd need a very large shaper to handle. In inexperienced hands, fingers may be strewn on the floor. Not a toy.
Casey

Loveswood
Re: Craftsman Moulding Head Set
Loveswood

Thank you so much! I found it! Can't wait to try it out to make mouldings to frame some pictures hanging on my wall!! BTW I do have the dado head for my table saw! The existing owner of my "Old House" left me an entire shop!! Only thing is everything is from the 50's. A file cabinet full of manuals to all the tools but I just couldn't find this one. Thanks again!!

http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/222/2260.pdf

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