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Baileigh Industrial woodworking is here.....let the fun begin!

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ScottKaye

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#1 posted 555 days ago

As a fairly new member to LJ’s, let me welcome you, Shane and Baileigh! Is it pronounced baylay or bailay? We look forward to seeing what you guys come up with. I briefly skimmed your web site and was impressed at the number of and different price ranges of your woodworking equipment. You guys cater to everything from the hobbyst to the full blown industrial shop. Are all your machines manufactured in the US? The Baileigh Industrial Jointer/Planer JP-1250 caught my eye as I’m looking to upgrade my 6” jointer as well as my 12” portable planer. The price is right and will be even better whith the discount you mentioned. Also, you cant beat the free shipping! Good luck with the sponsorship.

Scott

-- "Nothing happens until you build it"

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JoeinGa

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#2 posted 555 days ago

Welcome Shane… There’s gonna be a TON of folks reading this soon as they start waking up this morning. And I’m sure we have more than just a few who always want the ”newest, latest, and greatest of tools in their shop, money’s no object and full speed ahead” type of guys here. :-)

So if you’re one of those types, check out that CNC TABLESAW on their home page. WOW!

-- Perform A Random Act Of Kindness Today ... Pay It Forward

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Cole Tallerman

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#3 posted 555 days ago

Looks like alot of the same tools as grizzly and rikon. Looks like great quality stuff though! Some of it seems a little too expensive IMO

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treaterryan

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#4 posted 555 days ago

Yeah, I also noticed that it looked just like Grizzly stuff with different paint and higher pricing. Welcome however and good luck.

-- Ryan - Bethel Park, PA

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lab7654

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#5 posted 555 days ago

Looks like some good stuff, the free shipping is nice too.

-- Tristin King -- When in doubt, sand it.

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Baileigh Inc

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#6 posted 555 days ago

“As a fairly new member to LJ’s, let me welcome you, Shane and Baileigh! Is it pronounced baylay or bailay? We look forward to seeing what you guys come up with. I briefly skimmed your web site and was impressed at the number of and different price ranges of your woodworking equipment. You guys cater to everything from the hobbyst to the full blown industrial shop. Are all your machines manufactured in the US? The Baileigh Industrial Jointer/Planer JP-1250 caught my eye as I’m looking to upgrade my 6” jointer as well as my 12” portable planer. The price is right and will be even better whith the discount you mentioned. Also, you cant beat the free shipping! Good luck with the sponsorship.

Scott”

Baileigh is pronounced “Baily”

Baileigh has a little something for everybody. Most of our high end wood machinery is made in Taiwan. You will see that listed on the website next to the machines. We do offer a high end line as well that is manufactured in China. Like I said, a little something for everbody, from the guys in the garage and home shops to full blown wood production.

-- Shane Henderson shenderson@baileighindustrial.com 920-482-3220 http://wood.baileighindustrial.com/

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Baileigh Inc

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#7 posted 555 days ago

“Welcome Shane… There’s gonna be a TON of folks reading this soon as they start waking up this morning. And I’m sure we have more than just a few who always want the ”newest, latest, and greatest of tools in their shop, money’s no object and full speed ahead”type of guys here. :-)

So if you’re one of those types, check out that CNC TABLESAW on their home page. WOW!”

Thanks for the kind welcome!

-- Shane Henderson shenderson@baileighindustrial.com 920-482-3220 http://wood.baileighindustrial.com/

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waho6o9

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#8 posted 555 days ago

Thanks for being a paid sponsor on Lumber Jocks Shane.

Good luck on your endeavors and may you have continued success.

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helluvawreck

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#9 posted 555 days ago

Welcome, Shane. We appreciate it.

helluvawreck aka Charles
http://woodworkingexpo.wordpress.com

-- If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. Henry David Thoreau

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Baileigh Inc

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#10 posted 555 days ago

Thanks guys!

-- Shane Henderson shenderson@baileighindustrial.com 920-482-3220 http://wood.baileighindustrial.com/

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whitebeast88

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#11 posted 555 days ago

welcome to lumberjocks!!!

-- Marty.Athens,AL

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Dan'um Style

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#12 posted 555 days ago

welcome to LJ’s

-- keeping myself entertained ... Humor and fun lubricate the brain

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Baileigh Inc

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#13 posted 554 days ago

A nice warm welcome, thanks. We should have lots of fun together.

-- Shane Henderson shenderson@baileighindustrial.com 920-482-3220 http://wood.baileighindustrial.com/

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b2rtch

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#14 posted 554 days ago

Welcome to Lumberjocks

-- Bert

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David Dean

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#15 posted 554 days ago

Baileigh Inc Welcome but what about us little guys some of us do good to keep the doors open and things down here in southeast Missouri time’s are hard and Im lucky if I get 100.00 for my dresser’s and Grizzly is getting higher and higher each year are you all going to sale rebuildt planer’s as well

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syenefarmer

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#16 posted 554 days ago

“Welcome to Lumberjocks, but do we need one more company selling us the same stuff?
The only good reason for that would be better price.
Grizzly has a very good reputation, good luck to you.

—Bert”

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Couldn’t disagree more. The more companies that we have to choose from the better for us. Competition is always good for the consumer as it leads to more competitive pricing and even on occassion better quality. Every company has its supporter and also those who aren’t. Competition is a good thing and I say welcome Baileigh.

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PurpLev

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#17 posted 554 days ago

Welcome aboard. I didn’t realize we can still have paid sponsors on this site. this is something that used to exist in the past.

looking forward to what you are bringing to the table. sounds like good stuff.

-- ㊍ When in doubt - There is no doubt - Go the safer route.

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BentheViking

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#18 posted 554 days ago

Thank you for introducing yourself. I feel like all too often whenever someone is on this site doing anything that relates the them trying to make money, it comes across shady and generally rubs people the wrong way. Best of luck to you and your company.

-- It's made of wood. Real sturdy.--Chubbs Peterson

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Jerry

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#19 posted 554 days ago

“Competitive pricing” does not seem to be an interest of Baileigh industrial tools.

-- Jerry Nettrour, San Antonio, www.topqualitycabinets.net

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RodNGun

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#20 posted 554 days ago

Appreciate your support, I’m in the market for a shaper and I will consider Baileigh because of your support here. Thank you. Be prepared to put up with carping about price, quality, and country of origin… The tool maker who can successfully triangulate those three has yet to be found.

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YanktonSD

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#21 posted 554 days ago

I noticed the pricing is slightly higher but there is free shipping. I like having an option of another company. Grizzly will be tough to beat. Customer service and quality will be everything. I am not sure I want to be the one to test your machinery, but look forward to hearing more! Good Luck

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Cole Tallerman

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#22 posted 554 days ago

Check this out. This kit is the exact same as the one from harbor freight and costs twice as much http://wood.baileighindustrial.com/dc1650b-accessory-kit

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coachmancuso

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#23 posted 553 days ago

Welcome to LJ. Nice web site

-- Coach Mancuso

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Smitty_Cabinetshop

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#24 posted 553 days ago

Tough crowd, Shane. Welcome to LJs… The fellas here know their machinery.

-- Don't anthropomorphize your handplanes. They hate it when you do that. -- OldTools Archive

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huff

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#25 posted 553 days ago

Shane,

Thanks for introducing yourself and welcome to LJ’s. I see Baileigh is located in Wisconsin and California, will there be any locations in the Eastern US?

-- John @ http://www.thehuffordfurnituregroup.com

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b2rtch

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#26 posted 553 days ago

Shane, not to discourage you but to inform you, this is who you have to compete against:
http://lumberjocks.com/topics/42420

-- Bert

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camps764

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#27 posted 553 days ago

Welcome Shane! I personally think it is great to see another paid sponsor on the site, running a forum like this isn’t free after all, and I think you are going about it the right way! I have seen a lot of new “members” who post threads/reply to projects and blogs as though they are real people, but always seem to be pushing a product/company on the backside.

I really like your transparency and think it will serve you and your company well.

Don’t get discouraged…like most other forums/websites, typically the people that respond and make the most racket publicly are also the ones that have negative things to say.

Stay positive, don’t let the trolls pull you into arguments and help people understand why the higher prices are appropriate for the equipment your organization offers. Keep in mind that there are woodworkers on this site of all levels of means, some have the money for your products (not me) and some don’t, and I’m sure you’ll hear from both quite a bit.

Looking forward to seeing what you and your company bring to the table!

-- Steve. Visit my website http://www.campbellwoodworking.com

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StumpyNubs

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#28 posted 553 days ago

I’ve never heard of Baileigh tools, but I’m willing to give them a shot. I like Harbor Freight, I like Grizzly, why not Baileigh? Maybe we’ll try an review one or two on a future episode of Blue Collar Woodworking.

-- It's the best woodworking show since the invention of wood... New episodes at: http://www.stumpynubs.com

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Raymond Thomas

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#29 posted 553 days ago

Welcome, Shane from Baileigh Industrial.

-- Raymond, Charlotte, NC -------- Demonstrate the difference!

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b2rtch

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#30 posted 553 days ago

I have nothing against Baileigh Industrial.
What I ask is : do we need another company that seems to sale the same stuff than other companies do and for what seem to be higher prices.
Time will tell.

-- Bert

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StumpyNubs

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#31 posted 553 days ago

I bought a new computer the other day. I could choose from Dell, HP, Gateway, Toshiba, and a half dozen others. They all have the same Intel processors, the same Radeon video cards, etc… the point I am making is this- more choices is a good thing. One company may sell a product for $100 but only a 6 month warranty, another might have a higher price but great customer service. I don’t know this company, yet, but even if they buy from the same manufacturer that Grizzly buys from, that doesn’t make them the same company. I say we wait for some fellow LJ’s to try them out and see what they think. If they turn out to be a good company, I welcome another choice.

Either way, if they’re a paying sponsor of LJ’s- they’re making out site possible. And I’m glad for that!

-- It's the best woodworking show since the invention of wood... New episodes at: http://www.stumpynubs.com

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camps764

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#32 posted 553 days ago

Amen Mr. Nubs!

Bert…definitely a good point. That’s one of the things that I think is beautiful about economics and capitalism, people vote with their dollars and if a company is too expensive, offers poor quality products, poor customer service or some combination of the above, eventually the market eats them and they go out of business. (not trying to start a political flame war on this thread) That being said, more choice is a good thing, it helps to drive competitive pricing, requires companies to provide good customer service, and sell quality products (in theory). Less choice gives the consumer less power, not more.

-- Steve. Visit my website http://www.campbellwoodworking.com

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grosa

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#33 posted 553 days ago

It looks like woodworking tools? Witch brand of tool’s would you compare it to, Grizzly, Lobo,delta,Jet and so on. How would you rate the Quality? Is your stuff painted or powder coated? Can you buy part if something breaks? What is the warranty on your tools? I use to own all Delta tools but, It became very difficult to get parts so I sold everything and bought all Jet tools. I am very glad I did Great customer service, great tools. I am interested in your tools. I would like to see some in action What size motor is in your table saw? What is the cost difference in your saw compared to a Jet if any? I have had my table saw for 16 years I have worked it to death and still no problems. What are your tools like? The way I have always looked at it is “you get what you pay for”. If you are another Harbor Freight tool company GO AWAY.

-- Have a great day.

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b2rtch

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#34 posted 553 days ago

Stumpy not only you look funny but , surprise, you also are smart ( not only with your fingers).
Your point is excellent and I fully agree with you.
Just because their sponsor our favorite forum I might buy something from them.
( Where can see a picture of your dual HF sucker?)
May be Baileigh Industrial could buy the patent from you and then sale it.
Now that’s an idea

-- Bert

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Baileigh Inc

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#35 posted 553 days ago

“It looks like woodworking tools? Witch brand of tool’s would you compare it to, Grizzly, Lobo,delta,Jet and so on. How would you rate the Quality? Is your stuff painted or powder coated? Can you buy part if something breaks? What is the warranty on your tools? I use to own all Delta tools but, It became very difficult to get parts so I sold everything and bought all Jet tools. I am very glad I did Great customer service, great tools. I am interested in your tools. I would like to see some in action What size motor is in your table saw? What is the cost difference in your saw compared to a Jet if any? I have had my table saw for 16 years I have worked it to death and still no problems. What are your tools like? The way I have always looked at it is “you get what you pay for”. If you are another Harbor Freight tool company GO AWAY.”

It looks like woodworking tools? Witch brand of tool’s would you compare it to, Grizzly, Lobo,delta,Jet and so on. They are comparable to Laguna, Powermatic, General, Oliver

How would you rate the Quality?
The quality follows our line of metal fabrication equipment in that it is designed to last for years without much worry. I would put our tools up against anybody.

Is your stuff painted or powder coated?
Some of each, it depends on the model

Can you buy part if something breaks?
Yes, we have 100% parts availability for all that we carry and if it is something that is not in stock we can get it in a matter of days to get you back up and running

What is the warranty on your tools?
One year, with unlimited tech support for the life of the machine

I use to own all Delta tools but, It became very difficult to get parts so I sold everything and bought all Jet tools. I am very glad I did Great customer service, great tools.
If you like Jet you will love our customer service.

I am interested in your tools. I would like to see some in action What size motor is in your table saw?
Depends on what saw you are looking at, we have from 1hp to 7.5hp in our table saws

What is the cost differance in your saw compared to a Jet if any?
It will depend on the model, we are comparable to many in their line, but I would have to have an exact model to get you a comparison.

I have had my table saw for 16 years I have worked it to death and still no problems. What are your tools like? We are new to the market but we have the best manufactures working for us and we will stand behind our products 100%

Hope this help answer some of the questions out there

-- Shane Henderson shenderson@baileighindustrial.com 920-482-3220 http://wood.baileighindustrial.com/

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RogerInColorado

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#36 posted 553 days ago

Welcome and thanks for joining as a sponsor and helping to keep the site alive.

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b2rtch

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#37 posted 553 days ago

Shane, thank you for your answers

-- Bert

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StumpyNubs

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#38 posted 553 days ago

Now that I’ve had a chance to look over the website I think the comparison to Harbor Freight or even Grizzly is unfair. Most of what I saw appears to be heavy duty stuff. Check out the lathes and drum sanders. That’s not HF!

It appears that the brand is far better known in the metal working world. Google them and you’ll find thousands of hits about metal lathes, tools, etc. Not a lot about woodworking stuff yet, but they seem to be far from a startup company.

-- It's the best woodworking show since the invention of wood... New episodes at: http://www.stumpynubs.com

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RichCMD

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#39 posted 553 days ago

Welcome. Thanks for being a sponsor. This is a great forum, but the money to run it has to come from somewhere. I think we should all welcome a company that wants to compete in the market. I am a little surprised at how quickly some folks are to judge the quality of products and make inferences about customer service of a company that most admit they had not heard of before. I’d rather wait for someone to report on their hands-on experience than hear opinions based on a browse through a website.

-- Men admire the man who can organize their wishes and thoughts in stone and wood and steel and brass. Ralph Waldo Emerson

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#40 posted 553 days ago

Welcome Baileigh Industrial!

-- |Statistics show that 100% of people bitten by a snake were close to it.|

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#41 posted 553 days ago

Welcome Shane and thanks for being a sponsor. I had a chance to look at the web site as I’m in the market for a table saw. I thought the info was a little lacking in specifics and did’nt want to have to print something out to find out if it was what I was looking for. I also found some errors in the info that was provided ( or I assume they were errors). You may want to do a little work on your web site to provide more info. Good luck to you!

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grosa

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#42 posted 552 days ago

Welcome Shane, Thank you for your answers. I look forward to trying some of your equipment.

-- Have a great day.

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Baileigh Inc

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#43 posted 550 days ago

“Welcome Shane, Thank you for your answers. I look forward to trying some of your equipment.

—Have a great day.”

Thanks, we should be getting things rolling here in a few.

-- Shane Henderson shenderson@baileighindustrial.com 920-482-3220 http://wood.baileighindustrial.com/

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Baileigh Inc

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#44 posted 543 days ago

OK, sounds like we just closed the deal on the contests, we will be giving away some machines on here!

-- Shane Henderson shenderson@baileighindustrial.com 920-482-3220 http://wood.baileighindustrial.com/

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#45 posted 542 days ago

awesome! Cant wait for the fun to begin!

Scott

-- "Nothing happens until you build it"

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Baileigh Inc

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#46 posted 542 days ago

What types of machines should we offer in the contest or givaway?

-- Shane Henderson shenderson@baileighindustrial.com 920-482-3220 http://wood.baileighindustrial.com/

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Swyftfeet

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#47 posted 542 days ago

What types of machines should we offer in the contest or givaway?

Ha! That’s a dead can of soup waiting to explode! What’s your marketing budget? I’ll be glad to help you out ;-)

EDIT: maybe that was a bit too snarky, but it was meant in good humor. We all love free tools, but the risk for you is you give something away and never get any feedback.

If I were you, I would look thru the Tool Reviews and try to find an active member who gives verbose and honest reports. Someone with a lot of equipment history and space and let them trial your machines, for some period of 2-3 months on condition of a verbose review. Offer some support to setting it up, if your as big into the metal fab world as others have reported you’ll likely have some regional support that you could work out an onsite.

If that review didn’t lead to a sale, I would then refurb and offer those reviewed tools as give aways. Just my humble opinion.

-- Brian

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Baileigh Inc

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#48 posted 542 days ago

“What types of machines should we offer in the contest or givaway?

Ha! That’s a dead can of soup waiting to explode! What’s your marketing budget? I’ll be glad to help you out ;-)

—Brian”

We were thinking a nice table saw or something along those lines. We could also do “Baileigh bucks” towards anything on our website.

-- Shane Henderson shenderson@baileighindustrial.com 920-482-3220 http://wood.baileighindustrial.com/

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History

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#49 posted 542 days ago

I’ve been looking over your Entry Level Cabinet Saw TS-1040E-30. It looks like it would be a good fit for my hobby shop.

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Swyftfeet

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#50 posted 542 days ago

Shane,

I don’t have time to do a tool to tool review, but I picked lathes as I am thinking of getting one in the near future.

I compared your WL-1847VS to the G0733. In no way besides paint job can I differentiate besides a price jump of $250 to get yours to my door. It would help me choose your equipment if you had some differentiators. Higher tolerance specs or something. Customers don’t mind an incremental step as long as they are getting something. Your spec indicates 0-3200 speed, is this accurate?

-- Brian

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