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  • High Speed Engraver/Power Carving

    I need help! I am looking at the TurboCarver II with the compressor for my Father-in-Law.

    Can anyone let me know if this is a decent peice of equipment? Is there something better, yet arround the same price?

    I'm not a powercarver yet (Chisels and Gouges for me), but am interested in anyones thoughts for myself as well!

    -Tim

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