If you're planning on adding to your machine collection with Planer thicknesser and bandsaw i think you will regret buying a single use machine.
It may sound easy enough just to swop over but after a while it becomes a real pain.
What's your budget ?
Try and get a hvlp system... i have a SIP...
I'm looking to upgrade my SIP hvlp extractor to a cartridge filter.
It's 500mm dia top bag.
I've read about one particular uk supplier that people really raved about...it gave great advice and service etc. ...but despite searching for it, i can't find it now.
Can anyone advise please.
Can i please ask advice for the Oneida Cyclone.
I have a small cheap cyclone used with my Lidl shop vac and it works brilliantly...separates 100% and at only £13.99 it was a bargain.
Now i can see how well the principle works, i'm considering the Super dust deputy.
My extractor is a SIP...
Can anyone shed light on the noise on my Hammer bandsaw please??
When i switch the power off, the blade comes to a stop fairly quick due to the electric brake...but the brake buzz continues for about another 7 seconds or so.
The saw works perfectly.
Any Hammer owners experienced this??
Can I please have some advice from you electrically minded bods??
I've found a 240v Startrite 352. The seller says the motor runs and works fine for 5-10 minutes then just stops ?
I wouldn't normally consider it, but it's only 15 miles away as opposed to the other end of the country .
Another vote for the Sedgwick PT260.
I have a 1980's machine 240v i got off fleabay for £700
I looked around at many different options first including buying new.
I went to the Ally Pally show and watched a guy demonstarte a Metabo 260.
He had to hold the machine while adjusting it to stop it...