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    Bauerle planer

    From sad to sexy beast.
    Still a couple things left to make it 100% perfect.
    Also having new badges made, original ones are not salvageable.

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    This just makes the wait for the HCH harder. Who makes your badges? Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Kumm View Post
    This just makes the wait for the HCH harder. Who makes your badges? Dave
    I contacted a place in Chicago called American Nameplate, but I was just made aware of a guy in AZ that is doing this as well.

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    What a beauty..

    This and the t17 for you or clients?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Walsh View Post
    What a beauty..

    This and the t17 for you or clients?
    Customer's.

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    Well that’s a lucky customer.

    That machine with that work done to it.

    Not having to do anything but plug it in.

    Wowzah!

    Very nice work..

    I’m green with envy

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    Beautiful job Darcy. Fine machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Walsh View Post
    Well that’s a lucky customer.

    That machine with that work done to it.

    Not having to do anything but plug it in.

    Wowzah!

    Very nice work..

    I’m green with envy
    Its basically new with a Hermance head.
    I swear there were like 30 bearings in it.
    Has a row of anti kick back fingers, solid infeed roll, quick adjust bed rollers, 4 speed feed, all stuffed inside a sleek sexy package.

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    You can feel very good about what you did..

    I’d charge a pretty penny for that machine in that condition regardless of its actual value. Pretty sure its probably fairly valuable non the less.

    I’d be nearly willing to part with a organ for that machine if I had one to spare. And if I had the money to afford paying someone to do the work I’d just open the checkbook. Sadly for me my only option is to get my hands dirty.

    Quote Originally Posted by Darcy Warner View Post
    Its basically new with a Hermance head.
    I swear there were like 30 bearings in it.
    Has a row of anti kick back fingers, solid infeed roll, quick adjust bed rollers, 4 speed feed, all stuffed inside a sleek sexy package.

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    Is that German writing I spy on the handwheel.

    Jesus if so o me o my

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Hennebury View Post
    Beautiful job Darcy. Fine machine.
    This thing drove me up the wall, I now know of 3 in the US, one sort of worked, this one and I finally tracked down the other one that was with this one when I picked it up. (I digress, I have seen two more advertised in auction flyers)

    I am missing a gear box clutch brake that would make it a perfect machine. Just can't hold itself in neutral without the brake, not enough resistance in feed works.

    Thanks Mark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Walsh View Post
    Is that German writing I spy on the handwheel.

    Jesus if so o me o my
    Bauerle was the largest manufacturer of WW machinery in Germany in the 50s through the late 70s. Not many here though. All were directly imported as I find no evidence of a Importer/dealer here.

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    The kids and I are headed back to the shop to fiddle with the adjustments on the planer, pressure bar is a bit low and I need a bit more tension on the feed rolls.

    Shoot a quick video of it running some lumber.
    Fairly quiet machine, all you hear is the whine of the 28" head running at 5k rpm.

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    Oh I know what it w thanks to guys like , you joe and trolling the interweb like a mad man.

    i was just noticing the detail of the German on the handwheel.

    i know so of my draw or things I find appealing don’t quite add up to some but that detail is like crack to me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Darcy Warner View Post
    Bauerle was the largest manufacturer of WW machinery in Germany in the 50s through the late 70s. Not many here though. All were directly imported as I find no evidence of a Importer/dealer here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Walsh View Post
    Oh I know what it w thanks to guys like , you joe and trolling the interweb like a mad man.

    i was just noticing the detail of the German on the handwheel.

    i know so of my draw or things I find appealing don’t quite add up to some but that detail is like crack to me.
    I'll take some pictures of the hand wheels.

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