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Been looking for a new extractor for almost a year now since it was time to retire the home made one and get serious!! Now I just cant wait for it to get here and extract some honey in about a month!!!

Post up if you are more than happy with your MAXANT!!
 

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I just went up to their facility for a few replacement parts and they welcomed me in and gave me a free tour of their workshop. It's a beautiful shop and they're really great people. I hope you like the machine.
 

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No complaints so far and if you can afford the motor (3100P) I would definitely suggest getting it. You can be slinging frames while you're decapping the next batch. I love mine!
 

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Last year was my first year, I made a homemade extractor that I finished about 95% and would have probably worked fine. However, I got a little nervous leading up to my first extraction and since I knew it was inevitable, decided to jump and buy a 3100P. I've done 3 extractions with it thus far....262 pounds, 69 pounds, and 132 pounds. Couldn't be happier and more pleased with the extractor, sure you'll be quite happy with your purchase....ENJOY!
 

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No complaints so far and if you can afford the motor (3100P) I would definitely suggest getting it. You can be slinging frames while you're decapping the next batch. I love mine!
I did order the motorized unit, I would never even think of getting the hand crank model!!! My homemade unit was motorized as well using a treadmill motor and speed control, the only problem with that unit was shear bulkiness!!
 
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