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How much is my Versacamm worth?

Discussion in 'Roland' started by Designs by Stacy, Nov 6, 2009.

  1. Designs by Stacy

    Designs by Stacy Member

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    Hello,
    I have a Roland Versacamm sp300v that has been hardly used. I bought the demo in 2007. It has only been through one change of inks since I have purchased it. I want to sell my machine "as is". The machine had a power surge hit and the techs are telling me that it is a main board.
    The machine fires up and all the control work, test print etc. It just won't reconize what I am sending over to it from the computer.
    I have called and the main board is approx. 1,300.00.

    I also have a 38" Daige cold laminator hardly used. Any ideas on a price for that. I bought it in 2007 also.

    Thank you for your help,
    Stacy
     
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  2. houseofgrafix

    houseofgrafix none

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    working 7.5ish for the printer
     
  3. iSign

    iSign Major Contributor

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    it may be worth a lot, but what you can actually get for it is the real answer...

    and in my opinion, if you fix it for $1300, and clean the heads & get it printing... it will be worth (in the actual sense of being able to sell it) more than today, by a margin greater than $1300.

    I don't have any clue as to what you would get once it's running.. but let's say $5K... you might be lucky to get $2500 today, because it's a roll of the dice if you can't print with it in front of someone.
     
  4. Gino

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    It's not a good idea to sell something broken unless you're trying to scrap it and I don't think you'd wanna do that.

    Someone might be interested, but at a very reduced cost as iSi mentioned.
     
  5. Gene@mpls

    Gene@mpls Very Active Member

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    We got 10k for a 2.5 yo sp300v with triangle inx and a 42" RSov laminator.
     
  6. trimguy

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    I sold mine for 6k a few months ago and it worked great.
     
  7. Designs by Stacy

    Designs by Stacy Member

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    Thanks for all your feed back I appreciate it!
     
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