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Re: Creating a workshop, need some power tool suggestions

Hi JDE.

Yes, it would appear that Roybi has dispensed with the traditional induction motor fan to remove heat and gone with simple convection through "holes".

Just seems a perfect entry point for dirt and dust.

Cheers.

 

Ryobi's drill press motor from 2009....

 

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Re: Creating a workshop, need some power tool suggestions

Hi @r23on just want to clarify when you said "not go past for quality" - are you saying they're poorly built/not durable?

 

I guess I am willing to pay a bit extra knowing I can get extra years on them. It might be that Bunnings option from Ryobi/AEG (my list shows the affordable option) to the makita (trade quality, not for your everyday DIYer) is quite wide.

 

Hence it would be good to see what people recommend/used as I did ask for suggestions.

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