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    Proxxon does make a carver that is similar to the Ryobi. One supplier is Mountain Heritage Crafters online:
    http://nt.bnt.com/mhconline/shopfram...line/menu.html.

    I have a Ryobi and have had no problems with it. I've seen them on ebay, for more than I paid new, so folks must still want them. If you really intend to use one a lot, the Automach is probably the better choice; twice the money but worth it in the long run.

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    One thing about Proxxon tools is you have to get a power unit to run some of the tools with, so figure that into the cost. I recently purchased the mini belt sander (no power unit needed) and love it!!! I will be buying a couple more of their tools because I am so happy with the quality.
    I Cut It Six Times And It's Still Too Short!!!

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