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2 minutes ago, Scottish Cleaning Service said:

Yes the weight is a problem with the TW 13/75 but I would like to attach a wider funnel so the hedges don't get stuck as much then it would be hard to beat.

That would be a massive improvement as it’s a pretty bomb proof piece of kit.

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2 minutes ago, The avantgardener said:

That would be a massive improvement as it’s a pretty bomb proof piece of kit.

That's the only thing wrong with it and there would be a market for the wider funnels. Yeah made like forth rail bridge, far too heavy but will last for decades. Brandon hire bought 75 of them to hire out, I read somewhere.

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Hello, our Haecksler chippers are entirely built in Europe. 
 
Except for the engines that come from Honda or Briggs. The difference with the Chinese machines is, in addition to the higher price for labor, also in the highest quality parts that we mount on our machines. Also a strong frame and a precise construction is what makes these chippers work so well.  

Ps. I did not take the time yet to announce this on Arbtalk but we have launched our newly designed Haecksler 4. Here 's a picture!
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Has there become any improvements to machine other than its looks? Also just thinking is blades position adjustable? Just have read that blade angels are usually very specific to feeding works how it should and when blade is sharpened that should have effect to feeding I think.

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22 hours ago, osku said:
On 21/11/2020 at 16:03, Josh u a Tree said:
Hello, our Haecksler chippers are entirely built in Europe. 
 
Except for the engines that come from Honda or Briggs. The difference with the Chinese machines is, in addition to the higher price for labor, also in the highest quality parts that we mount on our machines. Also a strong frame and a precise construction is what makes these chippers work so well.  

Ps. I did not take the time yet to announce this on Arbtalk but we have launched our newly designed Haecksler 4. Here 's a picture!
1975706027_H4EP18HP.thumb.jpg.9fb805fe45e9d8811b352dd611d9eaac.jpg
1445046116_H413HP.thumb.jpg.56af0fab20fc086b5e7ebfdd3f1d8d21.jpg

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Has there become any improvements to machine other than its looks? Also just thinking is blades position adjustable? Just have read that blade angels are usually very specific to feeding works how it should and when blade is sharpened that should have effect to feeding I think.

Hi Osku. That's right: the position and sharpening angle of the knives is very important. We have experimented a lot with this in the past and came to the conclusion that the sharpening angle should be 30 degrees. Even with a deviation of 2 degrees, the performance is significantly reduced.

The blades are fixed to the drum but the counter-knife is adjustabe. However, this is only to correct distance after grinding and does not mean you can adjust to create bigger or smaller chips. Regarding the innovations:  the most recent improvement is the lay up of the branches in the funnel. More space has been created which improved ergonomy.

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