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Fletcher FSC question for current owners

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Hardware' started by Conor Knoxx, Jul 21, 2012.

  1. Conor Knoxx

    Conor Knoxx Member

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    I was all set to purchase a Fletcher FSC cutter - when I noticed the dimension / space requirements. 100in on a wall / 92 inch free standing.
    Where I do my "production" has low ceilings - max of 86 inches (and this is between joists! lol )
    So short of moving.... would this still be a usable tool if you hacked 6 inches off the legs? (likely wouldn't bode well for my warranty... but what the heck, live on the edge :) )

    Otherwise, I guess I'm back to looking for some sort of table-top unit that can cut from 4mm coro on up through diebond/alupanel (open to suggestions!)
    Thanks!
    Conor
     
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  2. TwoNine

    TwoNine Active Member

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    It would still work just fine. No problem...

    Got one for sale if you're interested. I dunno about shipping costs, but you could always PM me....
     
    Last edited: Jul 21, 2012
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