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maggielv    0

I am thinking of buying the Bailey MSV25T pugmill extruder. It seems to do everything I need at a reasonable price - can't wedge anymore. Does anyone have experience with this model and have you tried attaching extruder dies to the nozzle other than the tile die, specifically designed for the machine, you can buy?

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royjulien    0

Hi Maggie,

I am not very familier with Bailey MSV 25T pugmill extruder. As I know that any extruder, you can attache any type of dies to the Exturder nozzle and you have to make sure, dies size should be matched with the nozzle size.

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Scotty    0

I am thinking of buying the Bailey MSV25T pugmill extruder. It seems to do everything I need at a reasonable price - can't wedge anymore. Does anyone have experience with this model and have you tried attaching extruder dies to the nozzle other than the tile die, specifically designed for the machine, you can buy?

 

 

 

I have had one for about 2 weeks and love it, no more wedging, I think it was worth it so far.

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Marcia Selsor    1,301

I have one and I love it. I can tear it apart and clean it easily when I finish pugging. I don't leave it dirty.

Great pugger. The de-airing action is fascinating to watch at the demo at NCECA. I am a very satisfied customer.

Marcia

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