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dual hook heads10/23
anyone have experience good or bad with titan heads. i'm looking at schmidt ,titan, and possibly tersa. i will mostly be doing s4s but occassionaly t&g and flooring.
I have sold many of these cutter heads over the years, never had any issues. The other brand names you mentioned are also very good quality, so the decision you make will be a good one no matter who you choose, most manufacturers are held to high quality tolerances, check out Weinig as well.
I went with Schmidt, It's very nice.
Russ, your link isn't taking me to you sight. Hoping to use you on my next knife order. I hear you do great work.
Yes give Russ a chance for doing any drawings template and of course knives. His work is second to none and have used him since I got started in 2008. He has been very helpful in also selling tooling as well when I needed something or even some trouble shooting on the moulder. So much knowledge from a great guy who can make most operators better without even training them in person. His website is also great for information to learn about mouldings and grinders.
i think you can find his contact info on his you tube videos , also very informative...
I know this is an older thread now, but I saw some heads on the Weinig site for shapers. Anyone try them?
We have American made heads that have over 20 years of history in the woodworking industry. Our president has several patents in cutter head design including one for dual hook heads. He is always glad to speak with woodworkers to help them determine what they needs are. We also make the shaper heads for all types of machines.