This 600-pound green gorilla
(http://www.grizzly.com/products/item.cfm?itemnumber=g0566) looks very
attractive. If somebody made any sawdust with that, please share your
If the alternatives are MM16 and LT16HD, it could make sense to get a
larger, heavier, and cheaper bandsaw from Grizzly. Why people are willing
to pay so much more for the MiniMax and Laguna?
On Sat, 28 May 2005 02:01:22 -0400, the inscrutable "Ollie" <Olivili
at Hot Mail dot com> spake:
I picked up its older little brother, the G1012 18-incher, for about a
grand cheaper. the G0566 looks sweet! I put link belts on it
immediately and that reduced the vibration about threefold. The stock
fence is a throwaway and I seriously need to build that microadjusting
Status. That and the fact that they're both smoother and a bit better
built. A recent sig on one of the graphics forums I follow explains
the phenomenon best: (from memory)
"Fashion: Buying items you don't need, using money you don't have, to
impress friends you don't like."
(Am I a curmudgeon, or what? ;)
If you turn the United States on its side,
everything loose will fall to California.
MiniMax and Laguna will do the same height (or more) for resawing, and
are built a TON heavier/beefier than the Grizzly. The NEW MM16 will
resaw to 16inches I seem to recall
John - happy owner of a MM24
On Sat, 28 May 2005 02:01:22 -0400, "Ollie" <Olivili at Hot Mail dot
com> wrote:>This 600-pound green gorilla
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