The Inca Jointer 343.132 (model 410 in North America) is a small but very durable and precise jointer. It has very few different parts, so they hardly ever break. Repairs are therefore quite easy, and the only thing that usually needs to be done is to replace the bearings.
The motor is suspended under the table with a pulley and belt, and can be easily replaced. The tables are made of cast aluminium. The outfeed table cannot be adjusted.
Thickness planing attachment
There is also a thickness planing attachment that is quite unique. It does not work with automatic feed rollers, and requires you to push the wood through yourself. The attachment goes on top of the machine instead of underneath it, using springs to keep the wood pushed down. This mechanism is less convenient, but the results are just as good as with an automatic feed system.
There exist two versions, one with set screws in the cutterblock to fine-tune the height of the blades, and one version without such a system (making it much more work to get the blades aligned correctly). There is also a rare version with a rabbeting ledge.
Replacement Blades: For this smaller Inca Jointer new blades are a bit harder to find, but there are a few sellers from the UK to be found here on eBay.