Nice ! Congrats
I've never seen one in person either.
Quote from: SteveC on October 20, 2018, 02:37:07 AMNice ! Congrats Thank you, Steve! Quote from: Pacu on October 20, 2018, 04:43:54 AM I've never seen one in person either. Thank you, Pacu! I can honestly say that it lives up to the hype. I didn't expect the level of fit and finish on the A100 that is has (at least the one I received). If you find one for sale at a reasonable price, it is a great collection piece.
yes, what a nice vintage tool is that... the A100 is built tough, solid, and sturdy designed well, strong, and very preciseyou can debate whether it looks purdybut you can tell that it's worth its price (Image removed from quote.)
Thank you very much. I must give the compliment back. It is a pleasure to deal with you!!!Thanks for sharing the pics!Best regards and thanks for all.CeHo
I also have a A100 pretty much new. I was enamored with it immediately. Its such a wonderful MT and very well made. Congrats to you. Well done CeHo
I've been trying to locate one thing that isn't just-right on the one I have. Can't seem to find anything.
Quote from: gerleatherberman on October 21, 2018, 02:43:47 AMI've been trying to locate one thing that isn't just-right on the one I have. Can't seem to find anything. I've had a couple of A100/Craftsman 45516's with broken/missing screws ( I think the factory may have over-tightened them at original assembly).A more common fault is corrosion on the metal saw (it is obviously made of different metal). However Craftsman made a repair kit (45517) which included a replacement metal saw (and other tool components)