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As the title says: do you know something about the Australian company named Yas Engeneering? They make sort of machine tables.

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Hi Esko,

I found this information in Google..

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Call or write to Yas Engineering (not Yass) for a brochure, video and CD. 5/3 Central Park Drive, Yandina, QLD 4561. Ph 07 5472 7125 Fax 07 5472 7126

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Did a google search and found this: http://www.tama.com.au/RouterMaster.htm

Is this what you were looking for?

Yas Engineering do not seem to have a web page.

Tama.com.au, also does not seem to exist any more..

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http://yasengineering.com is their website. I've sent them two emails without an answer. Even I speak english I'm not shure if I understand Australiensis thats why email is very convinient. It feels strange that if Im willing to buy their product for their price 7000AD that I cant contact them...

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I'm interested in the Slabmaster
SlabMaster | YAS Engineering
For what I get I don't think it's expencive. Ofcource the shiping cost is extra if it even is possible. Let's see if I ever get an answer from them. Maby I just do the same with Norcan
NORCAN : the industrial mecano

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Is this the site you wanted to show me?
TAMA Tools & Services trading as Luna Machinery SA

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Obviously this is again "that" sort of a Q. Obviously this is the wrong question. The right would be: "Do aussie companies use email to be in contact with customers? Do aussie companies have customers that dont speak english? Does aussie companies need new customers?" I dont want to be unpolite. The same questions could ofcourse sound: "Do Finnish companies use email..."

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Obviously this is again "that" sort of a Q. Obviously this is the wrong question. The right would be: "Do aussie companies use email to be in contact with customers? Do aussie companies have customers that dont speak english? Does aussie companies need new customers?" I dont want to be unpolite. The same questions could ofcourse sound: "Do Finnish companies use email..."
It's not your imagination, Esko. I sent an e-mail off to a local plant nursery asking for price and availability of a 1/2 doz large shrubs (They list them in their on-line catalogue...doesn't mean they're in stock).
No response. Well **** 'em; I'll get them elsewhere.
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I mean really. Why the ***k stores advertise that they have this and that but in the end they are not interesting in you. I guess you must be after something big. If I email GE and ask about a candel holder i guess I wont get an answer but if e.on ask them about a nuclear plan I guess they will get an answer.
... Now I understand. IT'S ALL ABOUT ME!!! What a wonderfull moment in my life. To be able to understand!! I just have to tell them that I want to buy a custom made slabmaster with a helicopter platform! Just kidding. I'll try that next. A question about a Price and shiping cost to Finland and not a sissy question what is the diameter of the drive shaft and can a molder head be atached in the motor. What a releef to understand. I have been a stupid *****le! You should try in my place so you would understand... :-)

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Wow! Your English is getting really good, Esko!! You've certainly mastered the **** part.
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Esko, I have deleted your last post as inappropriate.

I am going to the Working with Wood Show on 26 June.

I remember on past years, a similar machine was demonstrated. It may be the Slabmaster.

What questions do yo want me to ask of them?

PS< PM me with your contact details so that I can pass them on if they are interested.

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