Ya, the USED thing is the kicker. Been looking at the new ones for a
The O.P. might not be all that far off base though, the learning curve
is steep enough (I think) that there may be some frustrated soul out
there ready to sell one.
I think maybe there are a lot of cheap woodworkers around. I'm
guilty. Nothing gets my heart pumping like a sign that says
"Whiteside router bits, half off". Well, okay, maybe there are one or
two other things that get it pumping fast. But you know what I mean.
In this case, I think there are no bargains, I am close to biting the
bullet on this, about time for a new Woodrat. Soon as the banker says
Well I better log off now, the "banker" is due home from work anytime
On Mon, 18 Apr 2005 21:10:15 GMT, "Beej-in-GA"
I got mine off eBay, but the seller had no idea what it was. I was
searching for aluminum extrusion, (was hunting for 80/20 to make
something very similar to the rat).
I had heard a few vague rumblings about the rat in different forums.
Went to the rat web site, and read up on it, ordered the manual, and
started using the rat.
The learning curve is not that steep, if you have done a few joints by
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