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A guide to buying second hand kit

A guide to buying second hand kit

There's some real bargains out there; Here's some sound advice on investing in secondhand machinery

woodwoodjohn05/01/2010 23:35:01
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i am thinking of buying a panel saw have looked  at the record 315 model which is1850 pounds,but  you can get higher spec,secondhand machines any ideas on what is a good secondhand buy
Delete06/01/2010 11:47:15
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Look at the Scheppach range. I bought the small one and found it very good
Andrew Goodfield06/01/2010 16:39:53
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I uesd to own a Scheppach 4000- single phase 12" panel saw. This was a good powerful saw that was very accurate. It did not have a cast table top which made it seem a bit "tinny". I think newer models of the same machine now have a cast table top.
After a few years I upgraded to a saw/spindle combination by Hammer which is a smaller brother of Felder. Again an excellent, powerful and accurate machine which I would thoroughly recommend, It is much more solid than the Scheppach  with an excellent slidding table but it does need  a jockey wheel/ handle to move in around the workshop - this is available as an extra- £90.00p, from memory.
If you look on the Felder web site they normally have second hand machines available at thier Milton Keynes showroom.
Good luck in your search- Andy

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