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Worth it

I’m a big believer in buying woodworking machinery that provides support from the manufacturer.

The temptation to buy cheaper equipment is strong but should be weighed against the level of support available from the seller. It may be nonexistent. So, if you need parts or advice on how to repair a machine, it’s all on you.

I’ve found great customer service and the manufacturer’s support to be worth the extra cost.

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