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    Thumbs up I’m confused…

    Is this Neander or Tim Taylor technology?

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    I don't know, but I think that's really cool! I'm surprised something like that hasn't been on the market.

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    Holy Cheese Slices Batman!

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    Wow, one wouldnt want to run my barnwood thru that awesome machine

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    I see them on auction here in Japan all the time, cheap too, but they have a couple of fatal flaws, they basically only work well on softer woods, cedar especially, and it has to be nearly 100% clear, no knots, but they do work as the guy shows, amazing finish too.
    Hitachi, and Makita make them, as well as some other specialty industrial tool companies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Ablett View Post
    I see them on auction here in Japan all the time, cheap too, but they have a couple of fatal flaws, they basically only work well on softer woods, cedar especially, and it has to be nearly 100% clear, no knots, but they do work as the guy shows, amazing finish too.
    Hitachi, and Makita make them, as well as some other specialty industrial tool companies.
    Stu, now that you mention it, the piece he’s cutting looks like a clear piece of pine.
    It’s still pretty cool though.
    "I am enclosing two tickets to the first night of my new play; bring a
    friend...if you have one."
    --George Bernard Shaw to Winston Churchill

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    Bruce, it is still REALLY cool, look at them shavings
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    Definitely Tim Taylor.

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    Is that the Binford 2000 Model?
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