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    Default F.S. Horizontal band saw

    I have a automatic horizontal band saw for sale. 15" O.D. round capacity. 3 phase dual voltage 240 / 480 wired 240 now. Has coolant system and conveyor. Everything works good. Asking $3700.00 OBO.saw-1.jpgsaw-2-.jpg20190620_150508.jpg20190522_105623.jpg20190620_150609.jpg

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    Price reduced. $2,700.00. OBO

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    I think you should not have dropped your price so fast, when I was looking for one I never saw one that cheap no matter how bad it looked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    I think you should not have dropped your price so fast, when I was looking for one I never saw one that cheap no matter how bad it looked.
    I've got it advertised locally for the higher price. For PM members I meant to lower the price but forgot when I was typing the post. I didn't pay much for it when when I bought it.
    It's a nice machine everything works good but it's not a recognized brand and it's made in Taiwan so I know no one wants to pay much for it.
    I need room for more gear machines and I'm saw heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    I think you should not have dropped your price so fast, when I was looking for one I never saw one that cheap no matter how bad it looked.
    Just a Taiwanese roller feed type...$2K seems a little high if anything for one that ugly. I once had the exact same saw except mine was pristine as new and seems like I only got $2,500 or so for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milacron View Post
    Just a Taiwanese roller feed type...$2K seems a little high if anything for one that ugly. I once had the exact same saw except mine was pristine as new and seems like I only got $2,500 or so for it.
    Yes. Like I said, nobody is going to want to pay much for it. Or even want it. It's going to go in the scrap pile with the big Cincinnati grinder and some old Bridgeport's I don't need anymore.

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    Where you at in MO? Id like to see some of those machines before they hit scrap.

    Looks to be near St. Louis...

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    I was assuming he was kidding, you don’t go from $2500 to the scrap yard without a few price reductions


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    Quote Originally Posted by ripperj View Post
    I was assuming he was kidding, you don’t go from $2500 to the scrap yard without a few price reductions


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    Also I think even the worst beater Bridgeport is worth more than $160 a ton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ripperj View Post
    I was assuming he was kidding, you don’t go from $2500 to the scrap yard without a few price reductions


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    I just scrapped a 36" VTL. An old Rogers that nobody seemed to want. I don't have a lot of time or space so selling isn't easy for me and I'm not supposed to leave to much sitting around outside (under tarps) the shop here. I'm flanked by residential property so I try and keep the place as tidy as I can.

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    The VTL is too big for a garage , but any BP should be easy to find a home for


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    Quote Originally Posted by ripperj View Post
    The VTL is too big for a garage , but any BP should be easy to find a home for


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    Yep. I hate this. believe me. But I am under staffed and over worked. Not as patient as I once was. The scrap lady doesn't ask 5oo questions and it only takes 15 minutes to load. I'm not in business to sell machines.

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    Tell me about the Bridgeport mills.

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    How many Bridgeports? How much for them all? All working condition or rusted up junk? Table sizes? What head j-head or Variable speed? Five questions hopefully not to many to ask. If price is right i can make it an easy deal for you. Thanks Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by demoj21 View Post
    How many Bridgeports? How much for them all? All working condition or rusted up junk? Table sizes? What head j-head or Variable speed? Five questions hopefully not to many to ask. If price is right i can make it an easy deal for you. Thanks Jason
    I took the heads off when I put them outside. I haven't looked at them in a long time. They are in an old tin building that was built as a place to park a motor home. Roof and 3 walls. They are behind 2 gear hobbing machines that weigh 11,000 & 15,000 lbs. In front of those are a Cincinnati grinder that weighs 12,000 lbs. In front of that is about 10,000 lbs. of various machine parts.

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    Cut a hole in the wall


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    Quote Originally Posted by ripperj View Post
    Cut a hole in the wall


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    I'm going to get the riggers here before the summer ends and get everything out of that building. Through the big hole in the front.

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    $1,700.00. Obo.

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    The saw is gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gear cutter View Post
    The saw is gone.
    I notice you did not say "sold", did you have to scrap it?


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