Some static machines
Sedgwick 571 Mortiser
Copied (mainly Chinese) but not bettered it’s a joy to use.
Bought this pillar drill for £100
It was a bit rusty, but a tin or two of spray paint made it look as in the pic, it works far better than any modern drill stand in the £100-£200 price range.
This is the Norm design router table I made, OK it’s not really static.
It has a Trend T11 fitted permanently with a Xtreme Xtension fitted to the router. I’m going to do a mod on my router table, watch this Steve Maskery video and this is by far the best way to go
Sip 10″ Cast Iron Table Saw
I’ve added a Jessem Mite R Excel gauge to the table for doing precision cuts
One of my latest buys is this Lyndhurst 8″ Planer
In the background of this pic is a Record PT260 planer thicknesser.
I’ve also got an Axminster CT330 330mm Thicknesser
One of my best buys. Ok a bit noisy but it thicknesses faultlessly.
Other machines include
Record BS 350 Bandsaw
A Dewalt 712 Compound Mitre Saw
it can be seen in position on the bench I made just for this saw
In view in the above pic to the left is a Record 75 Mortice Machine to the far right just in view with a yellow cover over it is a Tormek grinder.
In the background of this pic is a Europak 12″ Disc/ 20″ Belt sander
Here’s a closer view, The belt is 6″ wide, the disc is 12″ diameter.
I also have a Record CL2 Lathe this pic is a CL3 but is identical to my machine in looks
Sip Bobbin Sander
Perform CCAF Air Filter up and running in position
Not really static as its on wheels
jet 22-44 sander