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Old 01-24-2003, 03:20 PM
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Default 3D Router Duplicator

Sears use to handle a 3D router duplicator .
Does anyone know of another company that sells one ?
And where I might buy one ?
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Old 02-15-2003, 10:00 PM
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Default Re: 3D Router Duplicator

Check www.fishcarver.com

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Old 02-24-2003, 05:50 PM
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Default Re: 3D Router Duplicator

Go to Terrco on the internet,and check out a *T 110 duplicarver ,or check out eBay.com for used ones on the market.The old Sears 3d machine about the same *value as pebbles in a crank case. What ever you buy,throw away the square end router and get a round end router bit,3/4 inch good for roughing ,.The square end cutters really slam as they catch the wood ,and throw the alignment of the stylus and cutter out of wack,which inturn,makes scrap out of the piece being carved.The T110 is about the best value on the market for your money in doing small items.Used one to do commercial Santa figures,for eleven years now.Second motor in it,special cutters,.The one thing that you need to know about duplicating machines,is that all will duplicate.Most of them take longer to duplicate than doing by hand .So before you go out and spend good money or time,ask or shop around,or stop by the house and I'll let you play with my T110,like Tom Sawyer,I don't mind who white washes the fence.
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