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Old October 30th 04, 06:49 AM
Sven Svensson
 
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Default Small combination machine (e.g. CEMA K156)

I'm looking for a small combination machine (I have very limited space
in my workshop), would appriciate any feedback on available models.
The only thing I have found so far is one from CEMAEurope called CEMA
(or Tekna K156).

Sven

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Old October 30th 04, 08:01 AM
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How about a Shop Smith? I'm not sure what you mean by small. They have
been around for a long long time. My father and my grand father both had
one, I have stationary stand alone machines. You can find them pretty
inexpensive on ebay sometimes.

http://www.shopsmith.com/






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I'm looking for a small combination machine (I have very limited space
in my workshop), would appriciate any feedback on available models.
The only thing I have found so far is one from CEMAEurope called CEMA
(or Tekna K156).

Sven



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Old October 30th 04, 07:48 PM
Pete Martin
 
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Not sure want you want to spend, but I've been drooling over the combos
from Minimax or Felder. In the $12-15K range.

And I won't be getting one anytime soom either !!


Infidelwillcrushyou wrote:
How about a Shop Smith? I'm not sure what you mean by small. They have
been around for a long long time. My father and my grand father both had
one, I have stationary stand alone machines. You can find them pretty
inexpensive on ebay sometimes.

http://www.shopsmith.com/






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I'm looking for a small combination machine (I have very limited space
in my workshop), would appriciate any feedback on available models.
The only thing I have found so far is one from CEMAEurope called CEMA
(or Tekna K156).

Sven






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