It is currently 17 Jan 2017, 03:46
Doug wrote:You can at least haggle with them on price Roger.
Doug wrote:I believe you can get spring assist for the tables which helps with lifting, whilst ever I used one I never had a problem with table alignment although I didn't care much for the lever that controls depth of cut in planer mode.
Doug wrote:Moving fences is a faff the trick is to buy a second fence but obviously that's more kerrching & I didn't like the slight sideward movement in the fence when planing,
Doug wrote:The saw & spindle I couldn't fault in fact after using the C3-31 on & off for a couple of years I decided to buy Hammers saw spindle combination machine & ive not regretted it once.
Personally having used a couple of combination machines if I were in the market I'd go for a planer thicknesser & a saw/spindle you could place them back to back so wouldn't take up much more space than a combination machine & most of the slightly annoying things common to all combi's would be negated.
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