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Old 03-24-2016, 09:05 AM
jakob_26 jakob_26 is offline
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Default Artisan and Palm Control

Hi guys just to let you know that i have now both hand piece the Artisan and the Palm Control, if some one would like to try them they can come over .

I live in Beverly Hills NSW AUS

CHeers

Gabriel
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Old 03-24-2016, 10:06 AM
papart1 papart1 is offline
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Default Re: Artisan and Palm Control

Mr. Jacob...Rob Thrash here, just so happens I have a tobacco farm in Lee co. In Thomson Settlement, we are in FL. now but are coming to open the house up from winter storage, I WOULD ABSOLUTELY LOVE TO TRY THE ARTISAN, the Artisan would be the one I would get first, can you operate it from O2, co2 or compressor like the Palm? Please get back with me...........if you have a phone number I can add it to the cell and call when I get all the house work done. Rob
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Old 05-23-2016, 11:01 PM
boblester boblester is offline
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Default Re: Artisan and Palm Control

Hi Gabriel

I'm in Canberra and am thinking about an artisan for my son.

I'd be grateful for your thoughts on it please. He is mainly interested in gun engraving, but is young, so I don"t want to drop $4k AUD only for him to loose interest.

Cheers
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Old 05-24-2016, 01:59 AM
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Mr. Jacob...Rob Thrash here, just so happens I have a tobacco farm in Lee co. In Thomson Settlement, we are in FL. now but are coming to open the house up from winter storage, I WOULD ABSOLUTELY LOVE TO TRY THE ARTISAN, the Artisan would be the one I would get first, can you operate it from O2, co2 or compressor like the Palm? Please get back with me...........if you have a phone number I can add it to the cell and call when I get all the house work done. Rob
Hi Papart
I would suggest try both.
Artisan if you will doing setting work,but my advise would be go for the Classic Airgraver with the standard and the tungesten piston,that will do the work of both.MTC
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