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  1. #1
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    FreeBee

    Hi,

    I have a Construction Master 5. It is a calculator that works in Imperial fractions (I know it does 64ths---maybe smaller) and metric.

    It cost approx. $50.00 incl. tax. It has been used about 20 minutes (I think that is exaggerating the length of time). The reason it has so little time is that I am an English speaking person and it is a Spanish speaking calculator.

    I don't need all of the fancy stuff it does (foundation formulas, circle formulas, balluster spacing, roof stuff, stud stuff, etc.) and I don't have what it takes to learn a bit of Spanish to use it.

    Anyway it is up for sale: Free to any Family Woodworking, DUES PAYING, member who can use it.

    It looks new, it acts new, heck it is new.

    PM me if you can use it. I would prefer that it goes to someone who is NOT rich and could buy his/her own using loose change from the couch.

    Enjoy,

    Jim C Bradley (that's the way I'm listed in FWW for PMs)
    First of all you have to be smarter than the machine.
    VOTING MEMBER

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    Hey Jim, if it helps, here are the English instructions:

    http://www.calculated.com/UGFiles/PRG4050E-E.pdf

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    By the way we don't have to pay any dues for this great woodworking forum. The "other" forum is the one who wants you to pay for its priviledges.

    Stephan

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