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Multico B2 Planer - West Sussex - £700 - Fully restored


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23 Jan 2014
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West Sussex
I am needing to sell my Multico B6 planer to make room for my new Bandsaw.

Location: Haywards Heath
Payment: £700 Cash on collection

Reluctant sale of my refurbished Multico B2 6" Planer which comes with sharp spare original blades and a manual.

Reason for sale: No longer used that much/taking up space.

I refurbished this machine when I bought it. Link to work undertaken:

This machine was completely stripped, de-greased/de-rusted. Fresh paint applied, tuned up. Knives sharpened. Upgraded extraction to 100mm dust port. New switch gear and wiring. New belts. Polished and waxed tables.

It planes absolutely beautifully. A lot of work went into it to get it back to original/if not better standard. A joy to use. Nice and small footprint and easily moved on castors.

I have used it for about 1hr in total since restoration so still looking the part.

Single phase 240v, nice and powerful. 13amp plug. New Emergency mushroom stop, rotary switch, start stop switch. I believe it runs down within 10 seconds.

Can easily be separated into two parts with just four bolts. I got it in the back of my Clio. Two man lift. Can assist on loading. Can be seen running and in use.

You will get: 1 x Refurbished Multico B2 Wood Planer.
Spare freshly sharped original blades. (I may have more than one set.)

Looking for cash on collection.

Restoration link:

More Pictures of restoration and finished item.

s-l1600 by jamie skinner, on Flickr

s-l1600-9 by jamie skinner, on Flickr

s-l1600-7 by jamie skinner, on Flickr

s-l1600-11 by jamie skinner, on Flickr

s-l1600-2 by jamie skinner, on Flickr

s-l1600-10 by jamie skinner, on Flickr