My goal is to clean out the shop and make usable space.
I'm not looking to get rich, but I'm also not thinking of just giving it all away either.
I am more than happy to give someone a better than fair deal if they can use the tools and it's painless for me.
That being said I need to identify what is here so that I don't inadvertantly dispose of something I'll end up wishing I still had.
My father was a man of many talents (unlike me).
Besides being a master at carpentry he also was a mechanical and electrical genius. He has designed many of his own tools.
In the mix of the tools are a lot of pnuematic/hydraulic/electric pistons, electric motors, pulleys, relays, switches, heavy gauge wires, etc...
Some equipment is just too big for my shop and is 3 Phase, I do have a phase converter installed but I think I'd be better off selling the big stuff and phase converter and replacing it with something more appropriatte for my needs.
The 16" Powermatic surface planer is on example.
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