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58 minutes ago, Paddy1000111 said:

Having bought a panther mill it's a great bit of kit. Well designed and takes the stress out of milling. My only complaint is my finger was getting sore holding the throttle down on the saw 😂

 

58 minutes ago, Paddy1000111 said:

Having bought a panther mill it's a great bit of kit. Well designed and takes the stress out of milling. My only complaint is my finger was getting sore holding the throttle down on the saw 😂

Put a cable tie around it and you can slide it on and off the throttle switch when not required 

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9 minutes ago, topchippyles said:

 

Put a cable tie around it and you can slide it on and off the throttle switch when not required 

His finger?? Thats gonna hurt more, Chippy  😉 K

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6 hours ago, Paddy1000111 said:

Roughy was using some of that velcro cable strap stuff which I might try next time! 

Cable tie works perfectly fine paddy 

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Hi Les sort of got the big thicknesser sorted still need to get the rise and fall sorted properly and the poolewood people are having that toy one back so now back to looking for a bargin of a planner thicknesser

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