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[4Sale] MDX-15 CNC milling machine and Equipment


#1

I’m closing my business (in Edmonton, Alberta) and must sell:

-Roland MDX-15 CNC milling machine
-Computer, software
-Misc. mold making equipment ie (new wax pot, mold frame, rubber,
etc)

I’m trying to sell everything as a package. All items are new or
slightly used. I’m asking $4800.00 for everything. I can send
pictures if you wish.

Mark
@Mark5


#2

Hello everybody, my CNC milling equipment and misc. mold making
supplies are still for sale, I’ve responded to lots of request for
pictures and more details, but have been left with no feedback, any
comments? is my price too high?

-Roland MDX-15 CNC milling machine
-Computer, software
-Misc. mold making equipment ie (new wax pot, mold frame, rubber, etc)

I’m trying to sell everything as a package. All items are new or
slightly used. Price reduced to $4600.00 (CDN) for everything, this
is a very good deal, all equipment is new or slightly used. I can
send pictures if you wish just e-mail me and let me know.

Mark


#3

I would break down the prices as many would like to buy only what
they need.

As a reseller of MDX-15 I have inquiries for used machines. May be I
might invest in it.

There may be others who might make you an offer too.

Best of luck
Kenneth Singh


#4

Mark

Since you ask, yes, your price does sound rather high. Remember,
high-tech equipment is best purchased new: it’s not like gold, which
has intrinsic value, but its value lies in its promise to perform.
The assurance that everything will work well is key, and this
confidence fades when the machine is used (ie: if it’s so great, why
are you selling it?). Even though your MDX-15 doesn’t have a lot of
use, it’s hard for people to justify spending nearly as much for a
used machine as for a new one. And insisting that everything be sold
together limits your potential customer base. Someone may want the
scanner/mill, but already have mold equipment. They may want the mold
equipment, but have no interest in CNC. They may want to buy a mill,
but already have a computer and all the software they need. To get
the best price for your various pieces of equipment and software, put
them up on a website with pictures and complete descriptions (it
helps to mention how much you paid for it new), and separate pricing
for everything. Be prepared to lose a little money on this; nobody’s
going to pay as much for your used items as you did for them new…

Andrew Werby
www.computersculpture.com