Wood turning lathe


I was watching a wood turning program on the DIY network. They were using a very large cream colored lathe and I was wondering if anyone knows what brand it is and who sells them?
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Oneway. It will take your first-born male child and your left arm to the elbow to buy one. http://www.oneway.on.ca /
Watch more, and you'll see other lathes that Woodcraft Sells.
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George wrote:

off da! I see what you mean
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Yes, but they're among a select few companies making top-quality lathes. The Stubby 750/1000, the VB-36 and Oneway 20/2436 are all in the same class and will set you back about the same amount. Next down would be the Vicmarc 300 and Powermatic 3520/4224 in the $2k-$4k range. Under that amount you won't find a commercially made lathe capable of swinging a 20"-48" hunk of wood.
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On Fri, 09 Dec 2005 05:09:24 -0600, with neither quill nor qualm, Ole

http://www.oneway.on.ca/lathes/index.htm Could it be one of those?
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A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is it such a bad thing?
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On Fri, 09 Dec 2005 08:51:48 -0800, Larry Jaques
Since you seem to hate topposting, which I've done here for your convenience, feel free to scroll past the meaningless, redundant, and unrelated text for my response.

Actually, it would more accurately be:
A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
But since most bottom posters are too lazy to edit out the miles and miles of text already read in previous posts (and if it's already been read it doesn't need repeating, and if it hasn't already been read, what are you bothering with the post for anyway?) The only reasonable way for most people to read the posts is to get to the meat of the message first, and then, if necessary (see parenthetical above) read the background material.
If people would properly edit, there would be no need to top post.
Here's the rest of your message, in proper order:
Q: What is the most annoying thing on usenet? A: Top-posting. Q: Why is it such a bad thing?
And in fact, the most annoying thing on usenet is people complaining about topposting.
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Agreed.

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