Dang, now THAT'S a mortiser!


http://www.henneburyspecialtywoodcraft.com/IM000042.AVI
In case you HAVE to have this, it's Ebay # 7537673461
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Bruce Adams wrote:

That's an understatement. ;) I've never seen anything like this before. It certainly is impressive and efficient. regards John
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Dang. Wow. I want one. What are all the tubes/hoses for?
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and a blower line to clear the prodiguous quantity of chips created.
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I suspect that mortise head takes some pretty specialized sharpening to produce a cut that clean.
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This is a Maka Mortiser. My friend Dave Sochar at Acorn Woodworks in Westfield IN has one. It works very well. Dave and his company make fancy entrance doors and of cource lots of mortise-tenon. Our local sharpening service sharpens the cutters. Mike
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I'm sure it's too noisy for the apartment..*G*
Pretty cool unit, eh? Only 5 grand US, German made..that thing can make you money.
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Wow.
I poked around their site....
Check out the joinery on the top of their custom furniture link.
http://www.henneburyspecialtywoodcraft.com /
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On Fri, 12 Aug 2005 10:14:42 -0400, "Stephen M"

Wow, I'd say the word "craftsman" definitely applies in this case. I even like the style, but the workmanship appears to be first-rate.
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That makes my Delta look like a toy! I wonder how much one of those blades costs.
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The site actually suggests that they are not bad.
http://www.henneburyspecialtywoodcraft.com/maka_mortiser.htm
Go to the bottom of that page and check out the illustrations. That thing can cut double mortises, haunched mortises, trapzoidal and T-shaped mortises all in a single "operation" just by mounting the appropriate bit.

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Dear Santa,... <sigh>
Jim Stuyck

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Pretty cool. It reminds me a bit of a chain mortiser http://www.timberwolftools.com/tools/makita/M-7104L.html , but clearly more versitle.
BW
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Nice- but what took so long for the Mortise?

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