Just had to give The Origional Saw Company a little recognition. Several days ago I sent them an Email asking the manufacture date of my Dewalt radial arm saw not really expecting an answer after the cold shoulder Dewalt gave me but much to my surprise when I checked my E mail tonight there was a reply from a Brian Eden of the Origional Saw Company . He told me that my saw was made in late 1964 or early 1965 and said they had an operator manual available. It is really nice when a company will go that little extra especially when they know I was just looking for info and not looking to buy any thing. I will probably order up the manual and will definitly recomend them to all.
I agree, Duane,
It surprises me how "Big " businees will spend "Big" bucks getting their name plastered over every area they can and not spend a few Bucks dealing with Joe Public.
Probably because they all work in cubicles talking about communicating rather than practising it they naturally assume that the rest of the world lives in their own selfish cocoon as well.
Power to your elbow and let's all spread the word about the examples of "good" companies or "good" employees in mediocre Companies.
They need to be recognised.
Hope you are going to let Original Saw know they "rock".
Limey: You bet I did. I sent them an E Mail right back thanking them for their courtious reply and that I would definitly be sining their praises. Next time I go through Britt I will stop and get a manual and thank them in person.
Hi DMSwood, could you post the e-mail address for the Origional Saw Company? I just got an old Dewalt my self. It is a small one. Did they make an 8 inch one? I just put a new 8.25 blade on it, and there is about .5-.75 between the blade and the gaurd.
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