19826Re: weight of pieces following RF45 disassembly
- May 1, 2008I just got one from Enco....they have them in stock
and on sale. It came in Excellent condition...:)
It took a LOT of VERY careful work to move it
by myself in 3 pieces. I won't try that again...;)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Tim" <tmarks11@...> wrote:
> That is great news. It sounds like it will be much less of a problem
> then I had feared.
> I have been hesitant to get a RF45 based upon the overall weight.
> While I have moved a 250# tablesaw, 200# bandsaw, and 280# jointer
> down to the basement by myself, the 800# shipping weight of the RF45
> definitely gave me some concerns, and steered my attention to the much
> lighter weight X3.
> Now I just have to decide between a Lathemaster ZAY7045FG ($200 S&H)
> and a WTTool ZAY 7045M (90 mile drive to pickup).
> --- In email@example.com, "Alford72" <alford72@y...> wrote:
> > Approximate weights are:
> > Motor 50 pounds
> > Head without motor 200 pounds
> > Y axis saddle 50 to 75 pounds
> > X axis 100 to 125 pounds
> > Column 125 to 150 pounds
> > Base 75 to 100 pounds
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