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INCA 343.190 planer thicknesser jointer Automatic Fully reconditioned machine

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INCA 343.190 planer thicknesser jointer Automatic Fully reconditioned machine
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Inca invented the first planer thicknesser in the early 1970's following the success of the smaller 220mm planer with a thicknessing attachment, introduced some 20 years earler INCA 343.190 planer thicknesser jointer Automatic Fully reconditioned machine With manual, Fully reconditioned machine PRECISION CUTTING, Fitted with M42 blades , mounted on easy change blade system. blades are double sided and disposable.Once set, no need to rest when changing blades. Be amazed with the surface finish you acheive Machine completely reconditioned with the user manual. six months warranty length of planer table 1040mm or 41" length of thicknesser table 400mm 15.75" cutter width 260mm or 10.25" thicknessing depth 160mm or 6.3" max depth of cut 3mm or 0.12" cutter block 60mm dynamically balanced. 6000rpm cuts per minute 12000 timber feed slow feed postion 1 3.5 m/min postion 0 no feed postion 2 5m/min Fence tilting 45 degrees Fence transverse adjustment 180mm Motor 1.5hp 2800 rpm, 220v 2hp 380volts 2800 rpm Motor protection switch with no volt release switch and thermal trip If you love woodworking and are passionate, this machine will surpass new machine (made in China today) and today it surpasses all machine as such, traditional European engineering quality the first Inca machines manufactured in the 1918s in Switzerland. Factory moved to France in 1975, in the Vosges. MULTICO bought INCA in 2005 @@@@@@ user evaluation INCA @@@@@@@@@@@ "When I bought my Inca tools their reputation was as good if not better than Felder and Festool today.They were incredibly accurate tools well built for carpenters who really wanted a precise job" "The finish of this machine leaves on the wood is incredible.The legend is well deserved.The Inca is almost legendary for its quality, and the smooth finish it leaves on wood.It's almost like having a Jaguar E-Type or Martin D-28 You live up to the legend Does the Inca live up to its reputation? Delivery possible all over Europe, ask for shipping The simplicity of design combined with high mechanical quality ~~~"ask shipping costs"~~~~~