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    Thumbs up 2015 Haas VM-3

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    BRAND: HAAS
    MODEL: VM3
    YEAR: 2015

    X Axis Travel: 40"
    Y Axis Travel: 26"
    Z Axis Travel: 25"
    Rapid Rate X Axis: 710 IPM
    Rapid Rate Y Axis: 710 IPM
    Rapid Rate Z Axis: 710 IPM
    Table Size: 54 x 25
    Max Table Load: 4,000 LBS
    Spindle Motor: 30.00 HP

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    Why would you post that without a price?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhajicek View Post
    Why would you post that without a price?
    click on the link. I kind of enjoy starting my day with a good laugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Dickman View Post
    click on the link. I kind of enjoy starting my day with a good laugh.
    I don't see what is funny? It is only barely more than a brand new one. A brand new one you never know what issues you might have, but this one is tried and true...surely they will guarantee that it was working well..at one time..before sold to you. It'll go quick!

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    Unless Mr. Geek is a supporter of the site, he's basically just spamming his wares. I reported both his morning listings, but they seem to hang around.

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    I just did a quick build on the Haas site. With all those options (some aren't exactly identical anymore - expanded memory for example) and assuming a 10k spindle instead of 12k, the price comes to $99,500 new. Unless I've missed something important, you're asking essentially the same as the new list price for a nearly 5 year old machine. Is that incorrect?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milland View Post
    Unless Mr. Geek is a supporter of the site, he's basically just spamming his wares. I reported both his morning listings, but they seem to hang around.
    He does post and participate some. Not as much as I would like, but some.

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    This "marketing" ass clown is geting old.

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    It is against the rules from my understanding.

    I'm actually a dealer myself. Never once posted anything from my inventory, I just read the other sub-forums and use it as a source of information (still learning the industry). Forums here are great for educating purposes.

    That being said, I agree the price is outrageous. A new build on the website is practically the same price. Overpriced machines do not sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jm7905 View Post
    I just did a quick build on the Haas site. With all those options (some aren't exactly identical anymore - expanded memory for example) and assuming a 10k spindle instead of 12k, the price comes to $99,500 new. Unless I've missed something important, you're asking essentially the same as the new list price for a nearly 5 year old machine. Is that incorrect?
    Actually there a few options you must have missed (or I added?) because I get $110k... BUT as mentioned that is a brand new machine with a 1 year warranty AND 6 extra tools

    moot point either way


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