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    Default Name that machine..

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    spindle moulder, lots of cutters
    two waldown drills
    Wadkin buzzer 16
    Wadkin thicknesser
    two Domionion mortiser
    a few feed units

    Some hub caps.

    Can anyone add more detail ie models etc? Who is an eagle eyed detective?
    ..Live a Quiet Life & Work with your Hands

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    The two mortisers look different , the one on the right looks wadkin MA chain or chisel.
    I cant make out a 16" Wadkin buzzer, which one is that ?
    Left of the Giant thicknesser looks to be some type of Wadkin rip saw ??
    Back left is a type of tennoner, Make ??

    The catalogue twins are probably show how much I really know about this

    Rob

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    Over to the left is I think the spindle moulder, plus lighter grey behind it. Then the big green machine.

    Old photos because the table saw is no longer there. I can't see the jointer maybe it's hiding. They are both supposed to be dominion morticer, maybe one has a different head or its just painted white on one. Idea on what model the wadkins thicky is? Huge beast.

    There is somethings tucked between the saw & morticer also.
    ..Live a Quiet Life & Work with your Hands

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    I can see 4 1971 Holden HQ hub Caps !


    Melbourne Matty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSEL74 View Post

    Old photos because the table saw is no longer there.
    What type of table saw was supposed to be there?


    Quote Originally Posted by DSEL74 View Post
    They are both supposed to be dominion morticer, maybe one has a different head or its just painted white on one.
    Yeah that looks right , I don't know what a Dominion one looks like , they do look the same though , just a slight difference with the guard.


    Quote Originally Posted by DSEL74 View Post
    Idea on what model the wadkins thicky is? Huge beast.
    I don't know , looks like a Tank of a thing though.
    It would punch a hole in my workshop floor!!

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    If you google Dominion morticer there are heaps of them, over quite a few years I did see a really cute old one these are old but more modern. They have the interchangeable heads.

    Not sure what model the saw was.
    ..Live a Quiet Life & Work with your Hands

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