Startrite table saw price

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Startrite table saw price

Postby Neilstartrite » Sat Mar 03, 2018 1:23 pm

Hi guys first post so be gentle !
Can anyone please advise how much a Startrite table saw is worth please? Single phase
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A bit rusty but works fine ?
Many thanks
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Re: Startrite table saw price

Postby 9fingers » Sat Mar 03, 2018 5:00 pm

No fence, no riving knife, no crown guard,no mitre gauge, unloved.
About the only appealing feature for amateurs is single phase
Ebay it and see how it goes.
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Re: Startrite table saw price

Postby davidpidge » Sat Mar 03, 2018 6:53 pm

I would assume about £250-£500 if it had its rip fence and riving knife and the table was cleaned up.
Ebay has a 'completed listings' option which might help you out.

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Re: Startrite table saw price

Postby 9fingers » Sat Mar 03, 2018 7:38 pm

It is slightly strange having a on half a slot on the right. Other ones on ebay have a full length slot.

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Re: Startrite table saw price

Postby davidpidge » Sat Mar 03, 2018 9:51 pm

9fingers wrote:It is slightly strange having a on half a slot on the right. Other ones on ebay have a full length slot.

Bob


There's a piece of metal laying in the right hand slot. Probably meant to have a mitre guage attached.

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Re: Startrite table saw price

Postby 9fingers » Sat Mar 03, 2018 9:59 pm

Ah ok fairy nuff.

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Re: Startrite table saw price

Postby Meccarroll » Sun Mar 04, 2018 9:20 am

Looking at the saw bench as it is shown in the pictures £150. If you clean it up and put a crown guard on it also a guide fence then maybe £300, but it would probably cost £150 to add a half decent fence and crown guard.

I think you could pick up a fairly good working example of this type of saw with original fence and guarding for around £300 to £400.

The plus points for this saw are that it has a Cast table, it is 240v and so might appeal to the DIY enthusiast. Some of the negatives are that it does not conform to current legislation for employee use so no good in a commercial workshop with employees as it is, it will not have a braked motor, it is rusty, does not have any guarding, needs a lot of time and attention plus money to bring it into working condition.

I think this saw may appeal to a DIY enthusiast. People start making things in the spring so you could obtain a better response in a couple of months.


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