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Multicam Digital Express SIX MONTHS OLD!!

Discussion in 'Member to Member Classifieds • For Sale' started by nate, Oct 29, 2013.

  1. nate

    nate Active Member

    May 10, 2007
    Almost Brand New Multicam Digital Express Workstation

    Cut Foam Core! Coroplast! AlumaLite! Sintra! The world is yours to cut!

    We've had this machine since the 2013 ISA Show, and we've outgrown it. Our loss is your gain!

    This machine has:
    5' x 10' work area (machine is slightly larger)
    Barcode Scanning Interface
    MultiVision Digital Registration System (includes camera, mount and software)
    17 HP @ Stage Regenerative Blower (the Vaccuum)
    1 Jaeger 2KW Router (40000rpm 12D) water cooled (includes cooling kit)
    2 Tangential Knife Cartridges
    1 Standard Knife Cartridge
    1 Oscillating Knife Cartridge
    1 Kiss Cut Assembly
    1 Multicam EZ Controller
    1 Multicam EZ Software Suite
    1 Hp Computer with Windows 7 and screen

    ***This is a 208v 3 Phase machine. You'll need to follow the Site Prep Guide, available on request to make sure you have enough power and air to run this machine ***

    $127,282.00 excluding freight, decommissioning, installation, insurance and handling. Buyer to arrange all freight, insurance, decommissioning, installation and handling. 50% down / 50% due on pickup with certified Cashier's Check

    I believe all specs are correct, but we reserve the right to make changes as necessary. This is available for on site inspection, with appointment, Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm in Salt Lake City, UT.

    For Further Information, Contact Harley or Matt at 801-483-9465 or sales@vmutah.com

    Here are some pictures of the unit, and a link to a YouTube video we made tonight of the machine cutting a printed piece of Coroplast


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  2. nate

    nate Active Member

    May 10, 2007
    Thanks for looking.

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