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    Quote Originally Posted by Baileigh inc View Post
    About 1/3 of our product offerings are made here in the US. The DBG-62 is manufactured in China. It is an entry level machine geared towards small shops and home fabricators. If you are looking for a production style machine, we do offer larger single and three phase units that do quite well in production facilities.

    Hope this helps, if not feel free to shoot me an email or give me a call directly

    Reply to a question never asked ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterve View Post
    Reply to a question never asked ???

    Peter from Holland
    Did you not see the immediately previous post #39? It was a very direct answer to a question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry Harrington View Post
    This no longer appears to be true, looking at the DBG-62, I cannot find anywhere on the page it lists the country of origin. Why did you change this? How large a percentage of your product is import vs domestic now?
    About 1/3 of our product offerings are made here in the US. The DBG-62 is manufactured in China. It is an entry level machine geared towards small shops and home fabricators. If you are looking for a production style machine, we do offer larger single and three phase units that do quite well in production facilities.

    Hope this helps, if not feel free to shoot me an email or give me a call directly

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    Why did you change this?
    Oke then
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    Quote Originally Posted by peterve View Post
    Oke then
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    Peter from Holland
    I am not sure why it is not on the web. I will check with our guys. Thanks for the heads up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milacron View Post
    From what I have seen, Baileigh offers many machines waaay beyond the likes of Jet and the Green Bear...very nice looking automatic band and cold saws just to name a couple. You aren't paying attention and superficially lumping one importer with all the rest.

    Automatic Cold Saw | Tungsten Carbide Saw | Baileigh Industrial
    I'd rate myself heavily invested with old and/or premier iron; ie, there will never again be equals of Pacemaker Lathes, Hole Wizard Radial Drills, P&W Jig Bores, or the DeVlieg...

    I've run just one Baileigh; Efficient use demanded I make ready for full time, routed pressure and drain of coolant, made long three hole t-nuts, build a column vise cradle, only the quill handle vexed my attention.
    Came to appreciate its features; good sized round column, 4MT spindle, electronic variable speed and tach, power feed, stop & reverse for tapping, gear rack table in particular. So much so, moved it from drilling area, to right along side the knee mill for second op work. Hint: geared table and a bubble level, an easy outboard support for long stock!
    Light years beyond common import equipment; the 3F's, fit, function, form. Compared to flood of chinesium motorized equipment [lathe shaped objects] I would not spend a dime on, I'll warrant Baileigh worth examining, their line is very broad.


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