I've got one of these and it's not bad at all - it's dealt with everything I've thrown at it, although there are a couple of niggles:sawdustalley":l4uojgbu said:I would be inclined to buy may the perform combo planer/thicknesser - you get cast iron and an induction motor - bound to be a better piece of kit.
http://www.axminster.co.uk/product.asp? ... 8&recno=21
As I said above, mine's on an Axminster mobile base. I have the splayed leg frame stand, but the way the mobile base goes together, you'd have no problem putting either model on it.stewart":3h053r9k said:The Perform looks very appealing at the price Axminster have it at the moment - does anyone know if the wheel base can be used with the frame stand or the cabinet stand?