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    Default Baileigh Industrial.....Any experience with their equipment?

    Ran across this website for machine and fab equipment. Any experiences with their equipment?

    Metal Machinery and Fabrication Equipment, Tube Bender, Pipe Notchers, Cold Saws, Sheet Metal Brakes and More!

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    I have a Baileigh BS-210 mitering bandsaw. Been running it hard for 5 years, without issue.

    Bob

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    A lot of what they sell is just rebadged Chinese stuff, if you look around it can be found much cheaper from other suppliers.

    Bob

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    I also have a BS-210 mitering bandsaw. It runs full time in my shop, and has done so without issue for over 5 years. Surprisingly accurate for a drop saw. We also have a 50ton ironworker and a small tube roller from them, which we are also pleased with. I think some of their machines are better than others, in terms of value and performance. I wouldn't buy a lathe from them, for example. What are you looking at specifically?

    ECJ

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    We have 3 of their machines at school. A cold saw, and two machines for working pipe.
    One is for cutting "fish mouths" and the other for bending. I haven't used them myself
    but they seem to be OK.
    ...lew...

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    My cold saw has been workin fine for 4 years.

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    Old thread but putting in my 2 cents. We bought a small chamfer machine for 1/4" plates. The centrifugal switch in the motor came apart in less than a year of infrequent use. They are sending a new motor under warranty. Not real impressed myself but the company's happy with no set up time for this partcular job.


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