I have a Min Max FS35 jointer planer
It's a 13" jointer/planer and it's a fine machine. I have not used the planer function since I have a 12" Foley Belsaw planer and a 15" Jet planer, but the jointer qworks great. The dust collection changer over was a bit tedious, snother reason for not using the planer.
The things to be aware of are dust collection change over, the length of the tables which in some cases are too short for accurate edging and the type of controls. I prefer a handwheel personally. My machine has levrs to change the table heights or depth of cuts and they are just not as precise as I would prefer. Mine has a 3 HP motor, which is enough power for a moderate cut on a wide board.
At some point the Grizzlys were a German made unit by Sheppech if I recall. If that is still the case, I donno? Mine is Italian made I believe. Europeans prefer space saving machines or "combos" for some reason, and have several 5 in one variants.
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