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    I saw that Wright spindle moulder the other day on ebay.
    It would be perfect for a home workshop.

    Stewie

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    Quote Originally Posted by auscab View Post
    Interesting H, the " Chas Cousins in Sydney " type , are they an exact copy or is it easy to spot the differences ?
    I have the 10 AGS, It's a nice little saw .
    Rob,
    The local was not as mass produced and so a few things are machined from the solid rather than die cast.
    The throat plate for example, also the locking knobs for the tilt and rise/fall handles are Al rather than plastic/bakerlite. The handles themselves may be different also Al rather than CI not sure on this one?
    The big diff is the fact that the riving knife does not travel up and down with the blade, it remains at a fixed height.
    A mate who was sales manager for Austral clued me up on this many years ago.
    H.
    Last edited by clear out; 12th Sep 2013 at 06:42 PM. Reason: Typo
    Jimcracks for the rich and/or wealthy. (aka GKB '88)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stewie D View Post
    I saw that Wright spindle moulder the other day on ebay.
    It would be perfect for a home workshop.

    Stewie
    I actually have one that I bought, as for some strange reason it was being sold with a box of 1 1/4" cutters along with a set of cutters that fit this machine. I had thought to resell it, I would need to convert it, to make it suitable as a router table, but maybe I need to reconsider it.

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    Default Wadkin gear on the 'bay at Gosford.

    Camoz,
    I hope your wife has taken your car keys.
    H.
    Jimcracks for the rich and/or wealthy. (aka GKB '88)

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    Quote Originally Posted by clear out View Post
    Camoz,I hope your wife has taken your car keys.H.
    Henry,

    She hasn't threatened to take my keys, something else Why is it that I spend my pocket money on another machine, and then within days there is a collection of Wadkins for sale? Is this proof that God exists?

    Cheers,

    Camo

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    Default Nice Machines in the US on eBay

    Nice jointer , with a you tube link as well .

    more to see if you click "see other items"

    J A Fay Egan No 316 16

    Rob

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    Default Horizontal Sander

    And another.
    I have something like this in parts , an Aussie version,
    this could be the inspiration I need to pull it out and fix it

    Ekstrom Carlson No 112 Oscillating Edge Sander Watch HD Video Demo | eBay


    If you can bear the slick sales man's commentary , Cringe!!

    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by auscab View Post
    And another.
    I have something like this in parts , an Aussie version,
    this could be the inspiration I need to pull it out and fix it

    Ekstrom Carlson No 112 Oscillating Edge Sander Watch HD Video Demo | eBay

    If you can bear the slick sales man's commentary , Cringe!!

    Rob
    Rob,
    I was just about to put that one up (after clicking on their other items), you beat me to it. I really love that machine (need a bigger workshop). I would love to see photo's of even the pile of parts you have of the Australian version (do you know who made it and what model it is). The Fay is also verrry nice, I did find it a bit funny that they had made the brake to operate by pulling instead of pushing though.

    Cheers,

    Camo

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    Hi Camo,

    My one is a Servian.
    Here it is before we took it apart on one of our Thursday night get togethers
    Spanners in one hand , a coldie in the other

    The linear bearings were cactus so the oscillating action looked like a see saw in action

    That is one heavy machine as well

    Rob
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    Quote Originally Posted by auscab View Post
    Hi Camo,

    My one is a Servian.
    Here it is before we took it apart on one of our Thursday night get togethers
    Spanners in one hand , a coldie in the other

    The linear bearings were cactus so the oscillating action looked like a see saw in action

    That is one heave machine as well

    Rob
    Rob,

    You have been holding out, that's a great machine. No more Sushi until that thing is back together.

    Cheers,

    Camo

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    Quote Originally Posted by auscab View Post
    Nice jointer , with a you tube link as well .
    more to see if you click "see other items"
    J A Fay Egan No 316 16
    Rob
    Yum.
    I like this too

    Paul


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    Default WOLFENDEN wood bandsaw 3ph $1299 Melb 730mm throat

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    Woodwork Buzzer | Power Tools | Gumtree Australia West Torrens Area - North Plympton | 1025366556
    Woodwork Buzzer in good condition.
    3-phase; 7.9amps; 1430rpm; 50hz.
    Bench: 1840mm long x 320mm wide x 720mm height.
    Made in Oldham, England.



    woodworking machinery - complete 3 phase set-up | Miscellaneous Goods | Gumtree Australia East Gippsland - Marlo | 1025995105
    Buzzwolf 24inch THICKNESSER
    Buzzwolf 10inch BUZZER
    L Barker Saw bench
    Wilson Radial arm saw
    Borer
    Dust extractor
    All items in very good working condition, wanting to sell all items in one lot.
    Will consider trade for motor bike, race car,ski/fishing boat, etc.
    m







    Woodworking Machine Chain Mortiser | Power Tools | Gumtree Australia Hornsby Area - Dural | 1026358009
    This is a very heavy duty Tough brand chain mortiser. It has an almost new chain and bar and is 3 phase. I used it briefly to cut mortises in 50mm square jarrah and it just goes thru like butter. Very easy and safe to use and quite rare these days. Will do a much neater and more accurate mortise than a chisel mortiser. I paid $1100 5 years ago secondhand, so grab a bargain.


    We're moving, so it all has to go. This home woodwork shop has everything you would need to build just about anything as a hobbyist or a home based business. Originally set up to make top quality Grandfather Clocks. I bought a business some years ago from an old guy who had made a living for 20 years building these clocks and who was retiring. I did a little, but then went on to another business interest, so the woodwork equipment has had little or no use since. There are heaps of detailed plans and jigs to make these clocks. There are even some semi assembled carcasses and a brand new clock movement which cost me $1200.
    I purchased this business for $35000, but will sell everything I have for $20000. All items are single phase and include:
    Emco Table Moulder with numerous cutting bits
    Hoffman dovetail routing machine
    Dewalt 10 inch radial arm saw
    Routermaster with 1600W Router(Looks like a radial arm saw only with a router)
    Dovetail Kit jig
    Band saw
    Oscillating spindle Sander
    Sliding Mitre Saw with bench
    Wide belt sander (300mm)
    Thicknesser
    Planer/Jointer
    Sliding table Bench saw (will take an 8x4 sheet)
    Another Bench Saw
    Router table with router
    Drill Press
    Dust extractor and ducting
    Symtec 1600 lathe
    Many router bits, saw blades, battery drills, hand sanders, etc too numerous to list
    I may have missed some things. It would be best to come and check it all out.Only interested in selling as a package at this stage, so please don't ask to split
    ..Live a Quiet Life & Work with your Hands

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    Some one up North would enjoy these early Barker Machines,
    Barker 12 inch planer, Barker 20 inch ripsaw and a Thornley 26 inch Bandsaw.

    Wood Working Machines | eBay

    Melbourne Matty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L.S.Barker1970 View Post
    Some one up North would enjoy these early Barker Machines,
    Barker 12 inch planer, Barker 20 inch ripsaw and a Thornley 26 inch Bandsaw.

    Wood Working Machines | eBay

    Melbourne Matty.

    @99c you could ship it and still be a good buy.
    ..Live a Quiet Life & Work with your Hands

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