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    Default New equipment arrived today

    WooHoo , wanted one of these for years , But they are mega expensive , Found a new one on eBay at nearly half the normal price ,

    As I had a "Want face " moment its now mine all mine


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    It weighs a ton and is massive

    Love it
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    Unlike your middle leg then, eh?

    Looks good, and I'm glad it got there in one piece! Told you it was bloody heavy... Defo more than 30kg!

    What will you be using it for then, daftee - building a new Wendy house?

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    Massively useful thinks these. I have one but it's not as nice as that one cor!!!

    Love a good bit of saw porn.

    Next on my list is a pillar drill.
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    Yesh, I like a nice 'wee drill', too...



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    Looks very nice - not sure how the record sits on the platter, though? I'd be worried about the weight of the tonearm - is it a linear air bearing? Needle in the cartridge looks a bit vicious, careful you don't scratch any of your lovely vinyl, Al!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Unlike your middle leg then, eh?

    Looks good, and I'm glad it got there in one piece! Told you it was bloody heavy... Defo more than 30kg!

    What will you be using it for then, daftee - building a new Wendy house?

    Marco.
    Trimming toe and finger nails , Cutting home made bread and cuecumber etc

    And some woodwork
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    For those who are interested this is the video , The Axial glide is the most important feature , rather than the normal 2 poles /bars / rods sticking out the back of the etd Bosch saw

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjTJ_pZclgA
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    Music , fills the gaps between silence !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman80 View Post
    Massively useful thinks these. I have one but it's not as nice as that one cor!!!

    Love a good bit of saw porn.

    Next on my list is a pillar drill.

    The Bosch is replacing a smaller capacity Dewalt unit that will now be sold , I have a piller drill and a jointer , Planner thicknesses , Big 4 hp bandsaw , massive cyclone extractor its 8 foot tall . Lathe etc etc
    Music , fills the gaps between silence !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    The Bosch is replacing a smaller capacity Dewalt unit that will now be sold , I have a piller drill and a jointer , Planner thicknesses , Big 4 hp bandsaw , massive cyclone extractor its 8 foot tall . Lathe etc etc
    Outrageous showboating lol
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