Buying Used Machinery
Buying used machinery is article about Power Tools bookmarked by alan with ID 12491919456 was uploaded on 15-03-2019 and has been viewed 317,654 times.
Synopsis: Robert M.Vaughan, who's been buying and repairing used woodworking machinery for more than 20 years, says the condition the machine is in matter more than the price.Be honest about your repair tolerance limits before buying something, he advises.
Older doesn't always mean it's better, either.He explains how to find good used machines, advising that you take along a buyer's tool kit, and says that well-known brands are usually a good buy.He talks about what to avoid, how to evaluate a machine's maintenance history, and pitfalls to watch out for.
He includes a list of things to check for - the adjustments, the frame and table for distortion, motor size demands, power train, and its portability.And he tells you the best trucks to use from hauling home your prize once you've found something that meets your demands...