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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakab View Post
    Picking up my machine from my son's house in New Jersey this weekend and bringing it home to Mississauga.

    Welcome and great to see you signed up and congrats on getting your machine.
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  2. #12
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    jakab wecome to the form I live in Cornwall Ont. Happy Carving.

  3. #13
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    Thanks to everyone welcoming me to the community.

    I'm bringing my machine home on Monday or Tuesday. I'm hoping Canada Customs will not give me a hard time. Any advice on how to deal with them is appreciated. I believe I should only have to pay the HST and that no duties apply.

    ... Peter (btw jakab is my last name )

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    I just curious, but why would there be no duty?

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    Hi Terry, I believe this machine is considered a kind of router and according to one website I visited importing any router frm the USA has no duties payable. I might be wrong,although I hope I am not.

    You do have to pay sales tax (HST).

    I'll find out next week for sure.

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    Oooohhhhh yeahh! My shipping manager (Kathy) just told me that according the the new trade agreements even the items we make, sell and ship to Canada are duty free. I knew that, I was just testing y'all.

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    Peter,'
    It looks like your DC-INSERT made it to your door!!! Thanks again!
    RingNeckBlues
    My patterns on the Depot
    DC-INSERT It Just Sucks!

    Proven to out perform all others!
    Buy CarveWright
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    All patterns and projects that I share on the CarveWright forum are for your personal carving purpose. They are not to be shared, sold or posted on any other web site without permission from RingNeckBlues Designs.

  8. #18
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    Thank you very much Henry for your Support. I look forward to seeing you again and disussing our CW trials and tribulations

    Pat

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    Any time, glad I was able to help and wine will be for a special occasion
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