Elu never made a tool themselves, but they outsourced from some excellent manufacturers. This was quite clever because it meant they could go to different companies and buy appropriate to its core competency. Unfortunately, B&D bought it and started slipping in products considered by many not quite up to Elu's previous standards.
Many parts are still available for their machines through DeWalt. If the price is right and it's a tool you've been looking for, I would go for it.
PS. Send the model no. of the sander and I'll see if I can't send you the schematics. It's normally a frozen bottom end bearing located in the sanding bed. This is a standardised bearing and simple to purchase...
I'm guesting the 'flip' saw is a TGS 170 - 173? TGS stands for Tisch (table) Gehrung (mitre) Säge (saw). Those babies are the beloved on-site saws of tradies all over Europe and still fetch good prices here 2nd hand. Nice machine. Take care of her.
Is it wrong to be in love with a sawbench?