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post #21 of 35 Old 12-13-2017, 10:17 PM Thread Starter
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New cutter head come in yet? Waiting for some pictures.
Just got old ones crated up. Going to take at least 8 weeks from Hermance.

Looked into Bryd, they are 11 months (who the hell can wait 11 months for a head to be made) plus they need all the motor parts, stator, rotor, housings bolts, bearings (I don't trust them with all those parts let alone a couple bearings that cost almost 600 bucks for both), etc.

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My SCMI saw has been run hard and still on the original motor. It was run two shifts a day until we got a Schelling.
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Just got old ones crated up. Going to take at least 8 weeks from Hermance.

Looked into Bryd, they are 11 months (who the hell can wait 11 months for a head to be made) plus they need all the motor parts, stator, rotor, housings bolts, bearings (I don't trust them with all those parts let alone a couple bearings that cost almost 600 bucks for both), etc.

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Would Bryd at least let you ship the stuff in 10 months when they are ready to work on it or did they have to hold onto everything for the whole 11 months? Luckily they already had everything designed when we ordered ours so there was no downtime other than the day it took to swap them out.

I do not prize the word "cheap." It is not a badge of honor...it is a symbol of despair. Cheap prices make for cheap goods; cheap goods make for cheap men; and cheap men make for a cheap country. ~ William McKinley
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Would Bryd at least let you ship the stuff in 10 months when they are ready to work on it or did they have to hold onto everything for the whole 11 months? Luckily they already had everything designed when we ordered ours so there was no downtime other than the day it took to swap them out.
Have them for the entire time.

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Well that's a little crazy.

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Well that's a little crazy.
Which is one reason they will never get my business for a custom made cutter head.

How can they expect someone to have a machine down that long?

I could have old one precision measured and the file sent in, but I would rather have the company making the head, have the one they are copying right there.

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Almost 1k worth of bearings showed up today.

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After a two week break working on my DC and my moulders, I got around to putting a BS motor back together.


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I swear I was just going to clean it up...

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Do you operate a working woodshop or is tool restoration your primary job?

If you don't have time to do it right the first time, when will you have time to do it over?
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Do you operate a working woodshop or is tool restoration your primary job?
I do both.

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Some more space to organize parts from machines I am rebuilding.

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Little primer and paint.

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Table lift assembly taken out, cleaned and put back in.

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