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#1

I am looking for a used Gravermax or Gravermeister before I part with the
cash for a brand new one. If there are any out there collecting dust
please drop me a line.

Bill Reidsema


#2

I am looking for a used Gravermax or Gravermeister before I part with
the cash for a brand new one. If there are any out there collecting dust
please drop me a line.

good choice i love mine you are better off buying a new one. and get the
new handels. wish i had the quik reless.good luck. true


#3

Hi Bill,

Occassionally we will have demo’s come back from shows or some left
over from our classroom and training center. They will have AT LEAST a
10 percent discount on them. Would you like me to send you a catalog?

Jonathan Didde
GRS Tools (GraverMax Manufacturer)
http://www.glendo.com


#4

I’ve heard that gun shops are a good source of used machines.


#5

Occassionally we will have demo’s come back from shows or some left
over from our classroom and training center. They will have AT LEAST a
10 percent discount on them. Would you like me to send you a catalog?

shur i could a use new catalog mine is about 10 years old. you know iv
had my graver max that long to.i love it! iv had my heave handel rebelt 4
times for the set nuts and 1 time for the piston. use it all the time for
well you name it? and the small handel floranteen and what ever els just
is a paine to chang gravers all the time. mine is not for sail. true

http://www.glendo.com


#6

Greetings,

Does anyone have a Gravermax that they’d like to find a home for? I’d
also be interested in a silent air compressor. E-mail off-line.
Thanks.

Ken Weston


#7

You might consider, if economics is a factor, using the System 3
handpiece. It’s certainly not as versatile as the Gravermax, but it
works well for hammering bezels and simpler engraving. If you’re
going to do serious engraving, the Gravermax is a good choice,
however, price the cost of the silent compressor AND the Gravermax
against the Gravemeister, which is a unit that doesn’t require a
compressor. That is, if you have no other use for the compressor,
i.e., sand blasting. If you get the compressor/Gravermax system, a
nice thing to have is one of those little air nozzles with the button
that dentists use to blow dry the areas in your mouth their working
on. These work great at the bench to quickly cool off pieces you’ve
just heated and to blow filings out of the seats cut for stones.

David L. Huffman