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    Default Brother HS-300 Wire EDM

    I bought this machine from an auction without much knowledge in the machine, or edm, so might have to take it slow with me.

    Was purchased from a retiring aircraft parts mfg company. Was told it needed nothing and it was running after I bought it. I never got the time to try and get it operational.

    Comes with a ton of manuals, wire, filters, filter unit, ion resin, and various other items.

    Working area 8"x11"

    240V 3 phase

    I dont know much else about it but will try my best to answer any questions.

    $1000 obo

    email - [email protected]





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    Somebody has to want a cheap wire edm. Offer me something. Would like to get it out of the shop.

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    How much does the whole operation weigh? Also what would be the exterior dimensions for shipping it?

    I don't hold too much hope, but if I could end up shipping it for not too many times the price of the machine I might be interested.

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    I dont have a way to weigh it unfortunately. Guestimate would be around 1000lbs with everything all together. Machine is 40"x40", cart is 42"x20". Also alot of mis. stuff with it too.

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    Item is located in Mayville WI.

    I have a fork lift for loading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortbusdriver View Post
    Item is located in Mayville WI.

    I have a fork lift for loading.
    I got some quotes back for shipping it, looks like it would end up being about $3k in the end to get it up here which is too much to justify for it for how many times I would use it. Thanks for the information in either case.

    I am planning within the next year to drive a flatbed of some sort with a VMC on it up here, I don't know where that will originate at. If it ends up being from somewhere on your side of the country I'll see if you still have the EDM.

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    Price reduction

    $700 obo

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    is it a submerged machine?
    My old neighboring shop had a brother like that, was a sweet little machine. No fixture offsets though if memory serves.

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    I would buy this machine call me (306)536-3026
    Bob

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    Just letting people know that I will not spend half a day putting everything on pallets for free. If I was asking 5k for this it would be different but for $700 it can sit. Will load machines as is for free but would be extra to put extra stuff or machines on pallets. Would be the the two parts of the machine and at least a full pallet of wire, manuals, filters, and various other stuff.

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    Looks like this thing is going in the scrap pile.

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    Just the wrong time for me with cash flow.maybe if one of my CNC Mills would sell

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    Last chance. Burning the manuals this weekend and going to scrap early next week to make room.

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    Sold to the scrap pile


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    Ugh how sad... if I'd been within 600 miles I'd have come and got it.
    Can't say you didn't try to find it a home, though...

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    BROTHER HS70A, 2007, 16.1" x 10.2" x6.7 travels, U/V,strk
    stock number: 403360

    Click the link below to view a video demonstration of this machine
    YouTube

    General Specifications
    Max Workpiece Dimensions: 22.8" x 15.3" x 6.7"
    Max Workpiece Weight: 770 Lbs.
    X and Y Axis Stroke: 16.1" x 10.2"
    Z Axis Stroke: 6.7"
    Max Machining Speed: 28 inch2/hour
    Optimum Surface Roughness: .001 uinchRA
    Max Table Feed Speed: 36"/min postioning, 12"/min

    Machining
    Wire Diameter: .004, .006", .008", .01", .012"
    Wire Guide System: Round Diamond
    Wire Feed Speed: 1.57-9.84 inch/second
    Wire Tension: 3-25N
    Wire Recovery Method: Mechanical Cutting w/ Rotaing

    Blade
    Wire Recovery Bucket Capacity: 44 lbs.
    U and V Axis Stroke: +/-1.28" x +/-1.28"
    Max Taper Angle: Sharp Corner Taper, Cylindrical

    Taper, Conical Taper, Independent U/V $ Axes Programming
    Dielectic Fluid Feed System: Submerged Type/Flushing Type
    Main Unit Dimensions: 40.9" x 66.2" x 76.2"
    Main Unit Weight: 3080 lbs.
    Installation Area: 86.2" x 99.4"
    Power Supply: 3-Phase ACV +/-10% 50/60hz +/-1hz
    Total Input: 13.5 kVA, Includes Dielectic Fluid

    Cooling System

    Dimensions:
    Main Unit: 40.9" x 66.2" x 76.2" (3080 lbs)
    Dielectic Tank: 25.6" x 55.8" x 48.8" (473 lbs)

    Great Price: $15,000 USD

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    Why wouldn't you start a new thread for this machine. Post after a machine that couldn't sell for $700 is well not good for advertising


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