small shaper on ebay

One for those building the smaller models:

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Cheers Tim

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Tim Leech
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Just right for building those 1:1 scale models of the Titanic ;-)

Regards, Tony

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Tony Jeffree

Think i need a bigger shed!!!!!

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Tim Bird

Remind me of the cut off saw I saw at an Army Ordinance Auction some time ago. The blade was the size of a tractor wheel. All the paperwork was with the machine, built I think sometime in the 1960's. Remarkable condition, didn't attract a single bid, and the end the auctioneer offered to sell it for a fiver to any takers.


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Damn and I just bought one last week. This one looks - 'interesting' Note the stroke at 400mm or 16". That's some brute for a 16" shaper. Be interesting to know the weight of this one. I get the impression that this one is an hydraulic driven machine as opposed the normal crank return we love and hate.

-- Regards,

John Stevenson Nottingham, England.

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John Stevenson

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