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  1. #1
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    Default Exceller Chain Mortiser

    Hi Guys ,I haven't been here for a while but came to ask if anyone has one of these chain mortisers or any pictures or info regarding them.
    As you can see they are Australian made and pretty heavy for a bench top unit.
    I was sold this one years ago and now have a good job coming up for it.That means time to put it back together as the previous owner had disassembled it for a little painting.I got it in pieces in a box which is always fun.
    A picture could help a bit in case of missing components.
    Just out of interest what is wrong with the uploading of photos that puts them on their side?
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    Cheers from Micheal.

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    Probably not much help but see the below link none the less if you haven't already seen it?
    https://www.graysonline.com/lot/0003...tor-1-1-2-hp-2
    Looks like a nifty machine. Would love to own either something like this or a Tough Mortiser or Tough hybrid drill / mortiser.

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    Hi Charlie, That auction finished in Feb. 2016.
    They are a great jigger though and mine has just been restored to use in building a new Timber Barn as my workshop benchroom.
    Cheers from Micheal.

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    Awesome - any pictures of the finished product?

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    Just a picture showing the riser blocks installed to allow me to mortise the posts and beams.The block in the vise is 200 x 150mm and the mortiser can plunge in about 125mm from memory.


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    Cheers from Micheal.

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