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Forum topic by liketosail posted 515 days ago 519 views 0 times favorited 3 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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515 days ago

What’s a fair price for this planer and do they hold up good.


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#1 posted 515 days ago

Roughly $100-$140 is fair IMO. There’s no cutterhead lock on that one, so it’ll snipe a bit more. No idea of their reliability.

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#2 posted 515 days ago

Your best bet is to save your money and get you a good floor planer by the way they talk DELTA isnt going to be around much longer.

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#3 posted 514 days ago

I have the PC-305. It’s identical to the delta, but is a Porter-Cable badge.
Nothing special about this model. It works fine, but has few special features. I’ve found the blades to hold- up well, and produces a good finish. An optional dust hood is available for this model for about $30. It’s worth every penny.
The machines are $250-300 new. So $125-$150 is fair.

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