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    Default Nothing to do with me but here is a free shaper


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    Gee ,Looks more like a planer to me !!

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    Agree, it's a planer, but can't beat free.

    jack vines

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    I wanna see the cart he's gonna move it on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davehud View Post
    I wanna see the cart he's gonna move it on.

    Might be a large die cart. That planer weighs 8400 lbs

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    Looks like the same one discussed in machinery for sale. Rockford Hydraulic 36" Planer

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    It's in the middle of nowhere Wyoming. The gas cost of taking it to a melt down foundry is likely more than scrap value.

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    Interested person isn't likely to be taking it for scrap.

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    Its close enough to me that if it was a 20" shaper I'd go get it. Too big for my shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superbowl View Post
    It's in the middle of nowhere Wyoming. The gas cost of taking it to a melt down foundry is likely more than scrap value.
    Scrap is pretty much back to all time highs in most areas and then some, heavy castings are $200 a ton around me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CITIZEN F16 View Post
    Scrap is pretty much back to all time highs in most areas and then some, heavy castings are $200 a ton around me.
    Not quite there yet, scrap was $500 a ton just before the housing crash!

    There was one machinery dealer in Detroit(Harron Machinery)that scrapped all their t-slot bed plates that they had for years when scrap was at a premium, several other dealers got rid of slow moving and low price heavy iron around the same time!

    Kevin

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    Yep…I remember that well Kevin. Those were wild times from scrap on up. Natural resources were through the roof.


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