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How to Locate Your Powermatic Model Number
Powermatic has several different model number designations, so there is no standard for the way they list their model numbers. Depending on the equipment you may also find them in different locations.
Overall, you’ll just need to find the product tag. Check the bottom and back of your handheld tools. On table-top tools, the tag may appear just about anywhere, but with a little searching you should have no problem finding the information you need.
Need a Hand with Your PowerMatic Repair?
If you know about Powermatic, you know about quality woodworking tools. They manufacture high-end planers, saws, dust collectors, and other tools relied upon by woodworkers who will accept nothing but the best.
Sometimes, even the nicest equipment suffers a breakdown. Maybe your saw just couldn’t handle a load, or your planer knives are warped by saw dust that got underneath the cutting head.
We have you covered, since we stock a full line of Powermatic spare parts. We have parts for their jointers, rip saws, panel saws, lathes, cut off saws, and much more. And check out our repair resources below. We have articles, videos, and a forum to help keep your repairs on track from the start.
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I needed a new on/off switch for my table saw which I use all the time. A quick Google search found eReplacementParts, so on Tuesday I ordered the switch, on Thursday it came in the mail from Salt Lake City to Omaha, NE. I took off the old switch, put the new one on in seconds, plugged it in, and my saw works again. Thanks for the good part and especially the fast service!!
From Lumber to Machines
Powermatic began in 1921, when Leonard Smith, the company’s founder, wanted to start selling his rough-cut lumber pre-planed. But Smith didn’t want to buy a planer, so he just built his own instead. A friend approached him and offered to buy his planer, and Smith accepted. He then used the profits to build four more, which he sold to friends in the lumber business. Soon people were coming far and wide to purchase his well-built machines, and Smith left the lumber business to begin manufacturing woodworking tools full time. And that’s how Powermatic was born!