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Modified on 2011/12/28 18:00 by Joel Havens Categorized as FAQ (formally was founded as a public service to amateurs and professionals who enjoy using and/or restoring vintage machinery.

     Our main mission is to provide information about vintage machinery that is generally difficult to locate. This is accomplished primarily through contributions of the users of this site. Many people have graciously contributed documentation of old woodworking machinery that is in their personal collections to this site so that others can share in its use. If you have material that you would like to contribute to the site, please visit our Submitting Content page.

      While we like to provide as much information as we possibly can about old machinery and their manufacturers, we obviously do not have material on every machine or manufacturer in existence. If you do not see your machine in our archives, it is not currently in our collection. Please check back from time to time as we are constantly adding new material.

      What we do not do is provide support or parts for any machines on this site, nor do we represent any manufacturer listed on this site in any way. Please do not contact us about obtaining parts or manuals. If it is not on this site, we do not have it. Catalogs, manuals and any other literature that is available on this site is made available for a historical record only. Please remember that safety standards have changed over the years and information in old manuals as well as the old machines themselves may not be up to today's standards. It is up to the individual user to use good judgment and to safely operate old machinery. will assume no responsibilities for damages or injuries resulting from information obtained from this site.

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