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Marius Gouws
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CNC Cutters

Postby Marius Gouws » Thu, Mar 06 2014, 6:54AM

Good afternoon.
Anybody from South Africa still hanging around on this forum? If so, where do you get your cutters from? Leuco has take over the Onsrud sales in SA, but if you contact them to order cutters they do not even understand the term up-cut or downcut. They have one! diamond cutter in this hole country.
Thanks in advance.

jason galbraith
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Re: CNC Cutters

Postby jason galbraith » Sun, Mar 09 2014, 4:13PM

Sounds like a market opening for a knowledgeable tools salesperson over there.
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Neville Bastian
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Re: CNC Cutters

Postby Neville Bastian » Mon, Mar 10 2014, 7:26PM

Hey Jason you better not write that advert.
I have had a few tools work for me over the years but not sure if they would make good cutter salesman?
Marius best of luck with a better source of product supply. We have paid high dollars for tooling over the years to find a lower cost one out performs it by over half.

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