They are both sold. I wouldn't go mini, been there, done that. A 10x22 makes the most sense. Like the one Blondihacks has.
Thanks, I appreciate that.Never hurts to take a step back before taking that new next step forward. The world is changing very quickly these days.
I won't say too much here... Personally, I think you made a good choice when it comes to looking at smaller machining equipment for home hobby adventures.
Thanks, I appreciate that.
I spent an hour or so last night clearing space so that the machines can be made ready at the overhead door.
They definitely take up a lot of space. Next machines will definitely be benchtop machines.
Yep. Machines are just machines, easy to buy easy to sell. I have some attachment to a few things but most can get sold down the river with no remorseIt's bittersweet to see your machines leaving on a trailer. But I learned a ton on them and I'll have another lathe in my life. Heck I'm already looking