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A plethora of woodturning and woodworking tools
Mar 21st, 2016 at 8:19am
 
The following is a huge list of woodworking and wouldturning tools. I am located in one of the suburbs of Baltimore. I may be willing to ship some of the smaller items, but the larger items will need to be picked up in person.

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Kreg Pocket Hole System & Accessories - $140      

Bosch 6" Hook-and-Loop Random-Orbit Variable-Speed Sander/Polisher - $125

Hollowing System For Lathe Bowl Turning W/Laser - $250      

Ridgid Sander, Oscillating/Edge Belt - $140

Grizzly 10" Table Saw - $375      

Dewalt DW618 Router Set & Case - $150      

Woodpecker Router Table & Every Available Option and Accessary - $900      

Router Bit Set- 5 Piece Shaker Rail & Stile Set W/Drawer Bits. - $100      

Gripper Push Block System-Table Saw Safety Device - $50      

New Freud 8" Dado Blade. - $65      

80 Piece Carbide Router Bits Set - $125      

Porter Cable Biscuit Joiner& 1000 Biscuits - $125      

Rikon 18" Bandsaw (220V) W/ mobility Kit - $1000      

Bench Dog Bead-lock Tenon System - $120      

Nova Infinity Quick-Change Chuck W/Jaws - $450      

Nova DVR XP Lathe with Outrigger Assembly - $2000
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Reply #1 - Mar 21st, 2016 at 8:24am
 
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Reply #2 - Mar 21st, 2016 at 10:33am
 
whos the make on the hollowing system?
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Reply #4 - Mar 21st, 2016 at 1:19pm
 
Sorry for the TOS violation.

Here is the info for the hollowing system:

I have a hollowing system that is made to hollow bowls on a wood lathe. This is well engineered and well-made and works perfectly. It allows a beginning woodworker to make large and deep bowls without mishaps. This system cost $390 dollars with the laser and three tools. The following is the link to the manufacturers website.

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I am asking $250.
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Reply #5 - Mar 22nd, 2016 at 6:31pm
 
I live in Bel Air, MD and may be interested in the NOVA outrigger if you'd be willing to sell it separately (already have a DVR XP).  Thanks...
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