Sorry to see them go. I've bought quite a bit from them, mostly at the trade
shows, over the years. I guess more of Bush's economy putting the little
guys out of business and letting the big ones move out of the country.
"Patrick Conroy" <patrick email@example.com> wrote in message
IIRC, they are/were a shirttail group of a division of Delta/Porter Cable
that was 'rationalized' as part of the Black & Decker merger.
Kind of a rolling flea market at the trade shows.
The fellow that did the router jig demos knows his stuff pretty well...
recalling a line from an old comedy bit: "Couldn't live like that!"
Good thing none of that happened when Clinton was pres-o-dent. I don't
agree with a lot of the things corporations get away with by relocating
headquarters overseas et al, but don't be a tool (obligatory woodworking
reference) and suggest that it was invented by the Bush administration.
That's news to me. That's gonna leave a gapping hole in the woodworking
shows around here. They took a fair amount of floor space. I always
bought some odds and ends from them when attending the shows (I skip the
Viper and Oldham stuff--I've had bad luck with that stuff).
Patrick Conroy wrote:
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