WHO SAYS KILLING TREES CAN'T BE GREEN? 

 

Paragon Cabinet West prefers to use only the oldest tools available, which happen to be some of the finest as well.  These tools have been painstakingly restored and given a new life.

1940'S

"MONARCH"  16" JOINER

(PRODUCED BY AMERICAN SAW MILL MACHINERY)

THIS MACHINE CAME FROM THE LONG BEACH NAVAL SHIPYARD. WHERE MANY YEARS AGO IT WAS COVERED WITH A TARP AND FORGOTTEN ABOUT.

                       

 

 

 

             

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

1967  NORTHFIELD #4 
18" TABLE SAW

THIS SAW RESIDED IN A JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL WOOD SHOP FOR FOR THE MAJORITY OF IT'S LIFE. JUDGING FROM THE OVERALL CONDITION OF THIS SAW, ASIDE FROM THE OCCASIONAL PINE BOARD,  IT HAD SEEN LITTLE USE. QUITE SOME TIME AGO IT'S CONDITION QUICKLY BEGAN TO DETERIORATE  AFTER BEING RETIRED OUTSIDE LEAVING IT TO THE ELEMENTS. AFTER A COMPLETE STRIPING OF THE OLD PAINT, RE-SURFACING OF THE TOP,  NEW PAINT AND FACTORY ORIGINAL DECALS THE SAW IS BACK FROM ITS EARLY RETIREMENT AND RUNNING AS GOOD AS NEW.

 

 1932                                                                                                   YATES AMERICAN MACHINE CO.         

J18 18"PLANER