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  1. Thread: Wanted ! ! !

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    Sticky: Just wanted to add to my earlier post- Given...

    Just wanted to add to my earlier post-

    Given its larger work area, stouter build, etc., I would be open to the Deckel FP2 (or a clone, or similar machine) as well.

    Thanks.
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    Once you set it up, pictures along with a rough...

    Once you set it up, pictures along with a rough drawing would be very helpful. Thanks again for offering to help!
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    GnuCash

    I was wondering if you've considered GnuCash. It is Open Source, works across platforms (Windows/Linux/Mac), and caters to the usual needs of small businesses (quick invoicing, etc.). It is a...
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    FP1 footprint

    Hello Erik,

    Congratulations on your new FP1. I have also been following your posts about your FP2 (congratulations on a job well done on that as well).

    On the topic of accommodating your FP1 in...
  5. Thread: Wanted ! ! !

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    Sticky: I just looked at the picture of the old model FP1...

    I just looked at the picture of the old model FP1 you've posted on the "For Sale" thread. I think such a mill would work great for me. The 600V 3-phase "problem" should not be too difficult to solve...
  6. Thread: Wanted ! ! !

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    Sticky: WANTED - Deckel FP1 or similar mill

    WANTED:

    Deckel FP1 (older model from 1930-1940s would work just fine), Aciera F3, or similar universal mill (Sixis, Schaublin, Maho, etc.) in decent working condition. Smaller mills such as Aciera...
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    Wanted Habegger lathe

    Hello all - I am looking for a Habegger lathe (model JH102) in the south PA/DE area. My budget is limited, hence as long as the lathe is functional, it would work just fine for me.

    Thanks.
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