Where can I buy one of these things? I looked all over the Internet and
could not find a single dealer. Their web site does not give a phone number
either. I was thinking of getting the LT14SE. Any thoughts?
I agree that their web site is lacking, looks like they are making a lot of
changes to it. Their phone number however appears on almost every page,
near the top, towards the right side. [1 800 234 1976]
Consider if it's worth the trouble. They sell at ww shows but then
ship to you (at extra cost) - don' t have stock available at the shows
(unless that's recently changed). The 14" is made in Bulgaria.
Based on my observations a year and a half ago at a show, the Laguna
is indeed more "robust" than the Delta, but it is also more expensive
and may not be worth it to you. In turn, the Delta is more robust
than the Jet, likewise more costly. So, you gotta strike a balance to
find best value for your needs.
On Thu, 17 Jul 2003 20:34:25 -0400, "Howard"
A while back LT underwent a major expansion, opening a site in New
Jersey, changing their entire computer system, moved out of Laguna
Beach and had a head of marketing/sales who was aiming to quadruple
LTs annual sales. The emphasis for a while was heavily weighed
dramatically increasing sales. The "pushy period" ended when the
head of marketing/sales left and started up a competing woodworking
machines as a subsidiary of a large Italian parent company.The NJ
facility closed a year or two ago, the computer system is now
working again and the dust has settled from The Move. Things are
back to "normal" again, though importing things by ship after
September 11th has slowed shipments from Europe.
I've got their Robland X31 and LT16SEC bandsaw and I only hear
from them when they return my calls.
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