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Does anyobe have any experience of this item????
I am considering buying it, any advice gratefully received
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Sorry guys.....been outbid...no worries.

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Hello!

It' s not easy to find it in metabo website!

Is it a second hand?

With many international companies, they will sell same product, but different names and brands in various countries, it does not make things easy when it goes to compare things.

I do use a metabo 260 mm width planer-thicknesser RD26F
-thicknesser 200mm hight
It looks similar. Works on monophase 220-240v.

It's a DIY level machine that works fine for this amount of use.
The tables are made of molded aluminium alloy they are good and flat,
but not as strong as steel ones.
If used for a few years of hard jobs, alu is a weak point.

The usabillity is good, needs for a good square angle to set-up the fence.
Cutters are strow away carbide type, buy new about 26 euros for a pair.

No much more to say, the thing that will brake are the belts.
Or tables if a good fool strow a timber on them.
Motor is good enought on mine no brushes, no much heat.
Hard works for hours no problem.

Got it before i could get a combinated machine.

Not a bad machine, a lot better than chinese crap with sometimes an universal motor
with brushes that don't get far.
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