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    English Wheel - Vic

    I've been thinking about selling my English wheel.

    Unfortunately I don't see myself having time to use it in the near future and it takes up a bit of space in my shed.

    It is obviously home made, I bought it from a panel beater who was scaling down who made it himself.

    It could do with a clean up and paint if that's your thing. Personally I quite enjoy the way it looks at the moment.

    What you see is what you get, there is only the one die and the top wheel.

    It stands 1425mm tall, 1440mm wide and has a throat of 950mm. It is made from ~6mm thick steel

    It is located in the SE suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria

    Asking $550 ono
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    Id love a play around with one of these one day. Not very realistic for me to buy at the moment, but Im curious, how much luck did you have with it? Did you just have a play around or have someone teaching you?
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    I just played around with it.

    Managed to introduce some compound curves but never really had a defined job to do with it.
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