FS: 30" Bandsaw

TBoomz

New User
Ron
Needs new rubber tires.
Motor = 1.5 HP 3Ph.
11" rise. 28" throat
asking.......................................$900. obo
last used 3 yrs ago.
can help load.
"camera's wide angle lens distorts full size image.. Frame is straight and upright.."
 

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Roy G

Roy
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Doesn't look like the Crescents I've seen. More like a Parks. Regardless, good bandsaws both.

Roy G
 

TBoomz

New User
Ron
TBH, most old machines tend to look [to me] the same. There are so few differences between manufacturers' models.
I've looked all over this bandsaw, & except for a cast # on lower arm, no ID. [Am not familiar with "Parks," will have to check them out.] Just took a guess at Crescent as most of the machines in my shop are Delta Crescent.

This bandsaw, was part of a woodworking shop, my father, bought out in the late 60's. It runs well; I stopped using it when 3PH power was disconnected from building, it's in. The 1.5 HP [ Diehl ] motor was adequate for our needs.
(I've about [10] used blades [different widths ] that could maybe, be sharpened, included.

It's 7' H.......
50" length from back [of motor mount] to front of table edge.
Base has a footprint of 24" x 30?"
Table = 20" x 24"......................................
 
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TBoomz

New User
Ron
After further research off vintagemachinery.org have concluded my BS is a Parks Century 30" BS.
Includes both top and bottom blade guards.
Bottom shaft is ball bearing.
Upper shaft may be babbitt [though it has a grease fitting]. There is no wobble and it spins freely.
Motor is a Diehl 3PH ...1.5 HP [was original HP listed for saw]
In working condition...
 
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