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    Default Hurco VM1 for sale.

    I'm selling my very nice Hurco VM1.
    Bought it new in 2005, and used sparingly in my one-man job shop; never a heavy cut, it's been used for the last ten years mainly for engraving shift knobs for a little hobby/business.

    Very low hours for its age. Clean and well-maintained.

    Has the MAX control; no graphics.

    Comes with a 6" Kurt vise and approximately 30 CAT40 toolholders, all manuals and maintenance records.

    Looking for $25K

    Or if you're looking to tell the boss to shove it and start your own shop, I have nearly everything you need.
    Mitsubishi FA10 wire EDM, Sharp 1118H lathe, Lagun FTV-2L manual mill, all in supreme condition.
    Also, lots of small shop equipment.
    42 years in the trade, 34 running my own one-man shop, and I'm ready to pack it in.
    Let me know if you're looking for anything.
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    Sent a message!

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    Clean shop and machine!
    GLWS

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    Thank you!

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    Didn't end up going through with this for reasons completely unrelated to the machine, but whamac was a pleasure to exchange emails with. Best of luck with the sale!

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    She looks really nice, and as the gentleman before me said nice shop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homebrewblob View Post
    She looks really nice, and as the gentleman before me said nice shop!
    Thanks! I always figured, while working as a modelmaker at Honeywell for eight years, that if I ever had my own shop, I would keep it the way I like it. Neat and clean, everything in its place, and "all the comforts of home".

    The cat and I have been happy here. LOL
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    I got a hobby shop in my garage below my bedroom and oh how it leaves something to wish for, Man your shop is nice!

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    Still for sale. Dropping my price to $23K for a sweet, well-maintained machine.

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    To morimillman,

    You need to clean out your inbox; my reply to your PM from today will not go through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whamac View Post
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    You need to clean out your inbox; my reply to your PM from today will not go through.
    Done sorry bout that

    Sent from my SM-A115AP using Tapatalk

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    My kind of shop, especially with the helper(cat)

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    It's been fun!! LOL

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    Where are you located? I cant pull up your profile

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    Quote Originally Posted by nighthawkFmobil View Post
    Where are you located? I cant pull up your profile
    Freeport IL. NW corner of the state, 100 miles west of Chicago.

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    Still for sale. New Spring price, $21,500.

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    I canít figure out how to PM you with the new format, so Iíll ask here: how much for the Sharp? Condition and accessories...? Oh- is it an English/Metric machine? I need to cut metric threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Long Tom View Post
    I canít figure out how to PM you with the new format, so Iíll ask here: how much for the Sharp? Condition and accessories...? Oh- is it an English/Metric machine? I need to cut metric threads.
    I'm hoping for $20K.

    It's a very nice machine; low hours, lightly-used and well-maintained in a one-man model shop.

    It is English/Metric.

    Electronic variable speed, Sony DRO, worklight, Aloris tool post with six holders, adjustable three-jaw chuck, and full set of Hardinge collets and wall-mounted rack.
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    Hmmmmmmm......... Iím trying to finish a rush job today (Sunday) for a customer and donít have time to try to figure out the PMís this minute, but Iíll try tonight. If I can figure it out Iíll PM you my phone number and we can talk (or text, or email, at your preference) that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Long Tom View Post
    Hmmmmmmm......... I’m trying to finish a rush job today (Sunday) for a customer and don’t have time to try to figure out the PM’s this minute, but I’ll try tonight. If I can figure it out I’ll PM you my phone number and we can talk (or text, or email, at your preference) that way.
    Thanks!

    I hear you about the Sunday rush job thing; I've worked many a seven-day week, and several 36-hour days.

    No more of that for me, though. And I'm not missing it one bit.


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