Thread: Name that machine..
21st Jan 2015, 10:13 AM #1
Name that machine..
spindle moulder, lots of cutters
two waldown drills
Wadkin buzzer 16”
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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21st Jan 2015, 02:37 PM #2
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
21st Jan 2015, 03:12 PM #3
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
25th Jan 2015, 12:13 PM #4
I can see 4 1971 Holden HQ hub Caps !
25th Jan 2015, 12:39 PM #5
It would punch a hole in my workshop floor!!
25th Jan 2015, 12:43 PM #6
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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