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    HI ALL
    CAN YOU USE THE KIND ARBO TO A table saw WHICH RUNS WITH PULLEY AND BELT

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    Quote Originally Posted by milan3181 View Post
    HI ALL
    CAN YOU USE THE KIND ARBO TO A table saw WHICH RUNS WITH PULLEY AND BELT

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    Hi Milan,

    That unit appears to be of the type that would be used with a pillar drill or motor with a Morse taper (MT) shaft. There are normally 2 ways to mount a sawblade:

    1. Direct drive - the blade is secured to the motor arbour with flange washer and nut arrangement.
    2.Indirect drive - a pulley and belt on the motor shaft drives a pulley mounted on to a separate arbour on to which the blade in mounted.

    Both methods can be problematic (from the designer's point of view) if rise and fall/tilt are required.
    There is a variety of pullies, belts and arbours freely available on the web and quite possibly in your local tool store - worth a look!

    When surfing the web recently, I discovered a miniature saw bench on ebay that was offered by a Chinese seller (search 'miniature saw bench' on ebay) for £66 GBP with free postage. Depth of cut was 13mm, which should suit intarsia and might be worth a look although I have no idea of its quality.

    Hope this helps!

    Sprog

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    Thank you dear Sprog.
    I have bought all part. I need just arbor with 1/2" shaft diameter.
    I can not find i Denmark because they dont know what is exactly arbor,
    I search more.
    Thanks again.

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    Milan not knowing what size table saw you are building it's hard point you in the right direction. If you search ebay for "table saw arbor" or "threaded arbor" you will see numerous choices of varying sizes. Good luck in your search.....Dennis

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    Do you need to adapt a hole in the blade to fit 1/2 inch arbor of the motor? example: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_n...+Blade+Bushing

    ...or do you need to step up/down the diameter of the 1/2" arbor shaft coming from the motor? This is a link to a US industrial supplier I use which includes arbors and assorted adaptors. You may be able to cross reference the part you need on this site with your local industrial supplier or have a local machinist to turn what you need if MSC is not a company you want to use: https://www.mscdirect.com/browse/tn/...navid=12100108


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