Tersa knives in Australia

Hi,
My company will be supplying Tersa knives in Australia in the next few
months.
The Tersa system is the perfect solution for finishing on moulding
machines, planing machines and thicknessing machines.
Knives can be mounted in the planing head without screw or keys and
are fixed in position using centrifugal self adjustment so you don't
have to waste time setting up.
Plus no final sanding is required after using the Tersa system.
Tersa knives will be available in HSS and carbide.
If you are interested I will post when the Tersa knives are available
for ordering but if you want to contact me now my email address is
snipped-for-privacy@aussiemail.com.au
I look forward to hearing from you.
Best regards,
Mark Jarratt
Reply to
atalooseend
Well, other than the fact that it's selling a product that's got nothing to do with the topics of the several different newsgroups it was sent to, I don't have a clue..
mac
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Reply to
mac davis
An advanced "Google Groups" search shows the original message was sent to rec.woodworking and rec.crafts.woodturning. Why would jointer, planer and molding machine knives be off topic for woodworking news groups?
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Nova
no idea.. is that what the OP was talking about?
Would of been nice for those of us that have no idea WTF Tersa knives were.. Coulda been steak knives for all we knew..
mac
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mac davis
Well, I guess that if they are planer blades, it was more a case of bad advertising than spamming.. Always help to include what a product is/does in the ad..
mac
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Reply to
mac davis
I think there was a clue in the original message:
"The Tersa system is the perfect solution for finishing on moulding machines, planing machines and thicknessing machines."
Reply to
Nova
Wow.. I have no idea why, but that wasn't in the post that I responded too..
mac
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Reply to
mac davis
Two words. "Search engine."
Of course, those most likely to respond positively would already know....
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George
Search for what, George? To find out if each suspected spam is actually not spam?
mac
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mac davis
Actually, I didn't complain, I gave a smart ass reply to someone that did.. I think what happened, is that I didn't read the OP, just the one that I replied to, and they'd snipped part of the original message..
mac
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mac davis
mac davis wrote in news: snipped-for-privacy@4ax.com:
Yup, Kinda figured that. If that's the worse thing you do, you're still way ahead. Hank
Reply to
Hank
Hi Guys,
Sorry for the confusion about Tersa. They are used for finishing on moulding machines, planing machines and thicknessing machines. The blades give a better finish and last longer than other blades and are quicker to set up.
Here is our website in Australia.
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We will adding a lot more information about the Tersa system soon and you will be able to buy them online.
I will let you know when they are available if that is ok.
Best regards,
Mark
Reply to
atalooseend
Hi guys,
I said I wouldn't post until the Tersa knives were available to but online.
So now I'm pleased to say you can buy the knives from the website so if you are in Australia you can purchase the knives from
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Here is a bit more information about the Tersa system
The Tersa R2000 uses a rotating cutter head with Tersa knives fitted into it that are centrifugally clamped so you can easily replace the knives without time consuming screws. The R2000 permits higher RPM and consequently increased feed and improved cutting quality.
The center steel sleeve provides optimum stability and allows multipurpose use of the TERSA cutter head. The design offers better performance and increased productivity on all machine types. It is a perfect solution for finishing on moulding machines, planing machines and thicknessing machines.
Moreover, the Tersa system is characterized by great flexibility resulting from the system's modular design of identical aluminium washers. The stability is secured by a steel bushing which goes through the planer head.
The Tersa system is used extensively throughout Europe and the USA and is now available in Australia.
Thanks for your time everyone.
Best regards,
Mark
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atalooseend

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