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custard

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The white machine on the left is a planer thicknesser, the machine on the right is a spindle moulder.
 

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custard":1zov8r6i said:
The white machine on the left is a planer thicknesser, the machine on the right is a spindle moulder.
Both with a spectacular lack of safety guards!

I think the wrapped-up one in the corner is a dimension saw.
 

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Cheshirechappie":268rb9vh said:
custard":268rb9vh said:
The white machine on the left is a planer thicknesser, the machine on the right is a spindle moulder.
Both with a spectacular lack of safety guards!

I think the wrapped-up one in the corner is a dimension saw.
There are a few other bits on the floor :?
 

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The long bit on the floor is the upside down sliding carriage for the table saw on the far left..
 

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there is a power feeder behind the coffe table and the planer fence is inside the thicknesser :duno:. and the taped up bit would probably be the fence for the moulder, its much easy to transport in this way i assume.

it would be an excellent idea to return the items to the uk, i doubt it would be that expensive, have a look on shipley the website for a good quote.

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Probably a few grands worth of machines. If you have a mate with a van perhaps you could persuade your sister to offer them free accommodation for a week in the sun in return for bringing them back.

That is assuming they can be loaded as they are probably quite heavy.
 

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Thanks Folks, The holiday idea is a good one but I fancy that trip !!!

I just need to find a forklift truck driver who speaks English !!!!

Is there a good place to sell these machines if/when I can get them back here ?
 

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I expect if your euros are te right colour, then he will probably understand, eBay is your best bet.

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