Forums General For Sale/Trade
  • Topic: Micro Lux Mini Table Saw

    Back To Topics
    (0 rates)
    • January 12, 2020 11:16 AM EST
      • Port Orchard, Washington
         
      • Posts
        2,389
      • Thanks
        96
      • Thanked
        305

      Micro Lux Mini Table Saw

      I'm selling my mini table saw. $50 plus shipping. Its a great little mini table saw and has served me well for the past 17 years. I'm selling it because I'm buying a bigger mini table saw. The table on the Micro Lux saw just isn't cutting it anymore so, I'm upgrading. Its a great little saw for those that are into scratch building. PM for details. Works great for styrene and wood under 1/2"

      This post was edited by Craig Townsend at January 12, 2020 4:13 PM EST
    • January 13, 2020 1:28 PM EST
      • Peoria, NW of Phoenix, Arizona
         
      • Posts
        1,518
      • Thanks
        274
      • Thanked
        354

      What are you getting ?

      ____________________________________

       

      Butt Modeler #2

       

       

    • January 13, 2020 7:39 PM EST
      • Port Orchard, Washington
         
      • Posts
        2,389
      • Thanks
        96
      • Thanked
        305

      Pete,

      A Byrnes table saw, with a custom bigger table so I can rip carsides in one pass. I'm going to have to redo my entire work bench set up to make room. Or build a rolling stand. I've been wanting one of these for years, and finally had the extra funds saved to purchase. My wife told me I could. I think of it as a "paid off all my school loans"/grad school present.

       

      https://www.byrnesmodelmachines.com/tablesaw.html

    • January 14, 2020 6:27 AM EST
      • Easton , Massachusetts
         
      • Posts
        4,609
      • Thanks
        2,199
      • Thanked
        633

      ____________________________________

       My u-tube  My Vimeo

      The light in the tunnel might not be an engine , but a light in the caboose of my own train on my Roundy Round Rail Road !    My empire is complete...I think...

    • January 14, 2020 6:50 AM EST
      • Southwestern, NH
         
      • Posts
        531
      • Thanks
        103
      • Thanked
        185

      Craig,

      if I didn't already have the bigger Micro Mark version, the one you are going for is the best out there. I have seen one and they are the cats Meow.

       

      Al P.

    • January 14, 2020 8:18 AM EST
      • Port Orchard, Washington
         
      • Posts
        2,389
      • Thanks
        96
      • Thanked
        305

      Al,

      Everything I've read seems to indicate that these saws are very well made. I almost never pick up a hobby knife anymore as I have found a mini saw to work a lot better. This new one should improve work flow a lot more!

    • January 14, 2020 10:06 AM EST
      • Easton , Massachusetts
         
      • Posts
        4,609
      • Thanks
        2,199
      • Thanked
        633

      Will it cut brass ?

      I think there is a snow dozer lurking some were ...  

      ____________________________________

       My u-tube  My Vimeo

      The light in the tunnel might not be an engine , but a light in the caboose of my own train on my Roundy Round Rail Road !    My empire is complete...I think...

    • January 14, 2020 10:27 AM EST
      • Fort Myers Beach & Annapolis, Florida & Maryland
         
      • Posts
        2,542
      • Thanks
        103
      • Thanked
        500

      Sean McGillicuddy said:

      Will it cut brass ?

      I think there is a snow dozer lurking some were ...  

      I have the older version which I have been very pleased with for many years (at least 10). Yes, it will cut brass to about 1/16th, and wood up to the blade thickness. My trick is to get a selection of blades - 120 tooth for metals, 80 tooth for plastic and 20 tooth rip blade for wood.  I also have the extended fence and lots of the zero-clearance blade thingies, plus the fingers for holding fragile items.

       

      I cut plywood for carrying boxes and 2" plastic tube (hold it against the fence and spin it slowly in the blade.) Brass strip not problem, and I even cut aluminum sheet once for coach floors.

      ____________________________________

       

        Pete

    • January 14, 2020 11:51 AM EST
      • Port Orchard, Washington
         
      • Posts
        2,389
      • Thanks
        96
      • Thanked
        305

      Sean McGillicuddy said:

      Will it cut brass ?

      I think there is a snow dozer lurking some were ...  

       

    • January 14, 2020 11:52 AM EST
      • Port Orchard, Washington
         
      • Posts
        2,389
      • Thanks
        96
      • Thanked
        305

      Sean McGillicuddy said:

      Will it cut brass ?

      I think there is a snow dozer lurking some were ...  

      If all goes well my etching designs I won't need to cut any. But yes this was one factor among many.

Forums General For Sale/Trade

    Icon Legend

  • Topic has replies
    Hot topic
    Topic unread
    Topic doesn't have any replies
    Closed topic
    BBCode  is enabled
    HTML  is enabled

Add Reputation

Do you want to add reputation for this user by this post?

or cancel

Ads by Google