|Forum topic by Jerry||posted 08-23-2012 04:10 AM||1124 views||0 times favorited||0 replies|
08-23-2012 04:10 AM
I think I was able to haul some items that might sell for us. Maybe some of my fellow lumberjocks can tell me something about a few of the items I purchased. Crazy I bought stuff I have little clue of but it was fun never the less :)....
Delta 31-390 Edge Sander, 6X132 belt. I believe the motor is 2 hp single phase. I managed to get it for 460.00 (counting all auction fees). A month or so ago I bought a Ritter 4X132 Edge sander for 95.00 and it has worked excellent for us. Now I am planning on listing both sanders for sale and just see which one sells as I am sure we will be happy with either of these sanders, but do not need both.
Rockwell vintage circular saw for 34.00 (counting auction fee). We only have one corded circular saw so we really needed an extra one at the shop. I bet this old rockwell will serve us admirably.
A large room showed pics of a ton of stuff on large industrial sized shelving. Bought the large lot for 100.00 (count auction fees). The description stated plywood, screws, molding, tool boxes… The photographs show a ton of stuff such as 5 gallon finish material, 1 gallon finish material, coolers and many many other items not able to be clearly identified on the photograph. But I am very certain we got much more then 100.00 worth and probably will re sell some or most.
My last haul, I bought the computer/tech lot for 175.00. We got a mixture of stuff such as cpu/computer equipment, clerical and janitarial items, large shop vac, animal trap and what appears to be a lot of other things.
Also in the computer/tech lot we were able to get a NuArc Flip Top Platemaker. The picture shows it to be in good and clean condition. I have done some quick research and it appears it cost a lot of money so has good value and is something utilized in print shops. Assuming it is in working condition I am hoping to sell it to the appropriate market for a fair price. Can any of my friends here at Lumberjocks tell me anything about a Platemaker by NuArc. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.
So I think my damages are around 750 total and hope to double that or more. So I am very excited and I cannot wait to pick up our new toys.
Oh, and I bid on several machines I just plain could not keep up with. Evidentally there were some big pockets attending. There was 2 shapers, 6 cabinet saws, 4 of them were PM 66, 2 were Unisaw, 2 eight inch jointers, lots of large planers, etc,.........
Well, thanks for looking, look forward to hearing any input you all might have. Jerry
-- Jerry Nettrour, San Antonio, www.topqualitycabinets.net