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GarFin

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Hi Everyone, from the other side of the world.. I've recently come into possession of what looks to be a de-branded Clarke tablesaw, and from what i can figure, its probably based on the CTS10D or CTS11 .. either way , its missing its bladeguard/riving knife.. does anyone have one laying around (just that mounting bracket/knife) that they could throw under their printer/scanner and scan it (along with a coin , for scale reference?) and attach the scan, here ??

Thanks in advance,
Gar.

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Here's a CTS10D replacement riving knife, sourced from Machine Mart.
The calipers have been opened to exactly 50mm.
Hope this is OK - if you want other scans or dims just holler.
Martin.
 

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..and if it's of any interest, the knife is stamped
" t2 43HRC+-5HRC"
Though quite why the knife needs to be of a specified hardness I've no idea.
Martin.
 

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...and it did.

Cut from an old mitre saw blade , its 2mm thick and tough as.
Calipers set to 50mm if anyone ever wants to replicate.

Thanks again Martin.

Rgds Gar.
 

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Glad that it all worked out OK Gar.

The orginal is exactly 2mm thick also.

Happy sawing,

Martin.
 
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