|Charles Fellows||03/12/2007 17:19:00|
|19 forum posts|
I have been the owner of a bobbin sander which although it carried a SIP name the same item is also marketed many others, the problem I am having is that after only a very short period of use the worm wheel assembly which operates the reciprocating action fails, I am now on the third repair.
Has any one else had this problem? I also apprecaite that these items and many others are "manifactured" in China or similar where quantity and price takes precidence over quality; to the demise of British manifacture!
|Big Al||04/12/2007 05:17:00|
|1601 forum posts|
|I have a delta B.O.S.S. bobbin sander, which I bought about 5 years ago and have had no problem with it.|
|adrian Gill||15/01/2017 15:49:01|
|1 forum posts|
I have exactly the same problem with my SIP bobbin sander - twice the worm drive has failed both times after less than five hours use each occasion - made of soft metal - - not paying out any more money for any more inferior make spares - in my opinion do not buy a SIP BOBBIN SANDER - I am binning mine and getting a triton!
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