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  • iron workers

    Any have or used an Edwards Ironworker?

  • #2
    They have one down at my steel supplier. It sees plenty of daily use (abuse) for at least 10 years and keeps on ticking.

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    • #3
      no matter which brand you get, it seems you wish it had a feature the other brand has.

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      • #4
        MetalPro Ironworker

        If yo have a small shop and a limited budget, take a look at the MetalPro 4500. It has a 45 ton capacity and has done everything I need it to do in my shop.

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        • #5
          We have an Edwards at the shop I've been working at now and again when I get slow, its better then any other I've used. It makes me compare others to it.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by cayager View Post
            no matter which brand you get, it seems you wish it had a feature the other brand has.
            LOL...I had girlfriends, cars, dogs etc that your citation apply.

            I know a few shops using edwards, never heard complains about it.

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