Got a call from a buddy nearby about a kitchen company that had closed their doors last year. Turns out the place was right in the neighborhood and all this time I did not even know about it.
Well I went around there this morning and the place is almost completely empty but there were a few machines that i thought I would post here in the event someone might be interested in them.
Note these are old machines and all operate of 550V which puts them out of the league of most of us but I know there are many pros here who I thought just might and I say might appreciate the opportunity to get their hands on these machines.
One other thing these are in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada.
The price is a token of what they are worth but the cost to move them will be significant so I guess the guy is real about what it is going to take to remove them.
Let me know if anyone is interested I will happily act as a go between no fees on my part just helping out. The owner is a bit disillusioned and so does not want to bother with emails back and forth.
So here goes there is a Robinson Thicknes planner and jointer 16" 550v
this is going for $1000 Canadian right now thats around $800 US.
There is a stoke sander going for $900 Canadian
There is a Brookman 14 Spindle Dovetailer for $4000 my buddy says he did a complete refurb on this machine just before the place closed.
There is also a King Spindle sander (way too big for my shop) I also do not have a picture of it this is going for $250 and is 220v.
There is also a Bandsaw (Italian Make) Framer Bandsaw with 15" throat again 550V he wants $600 for this. (no pics can get some if you are interested)
There is a bunch of other stuff as well like draw slides and knobs, corner cabinet rotary shelves ( not sure what they are called) etc
Oh and one other thing is there is a radiant tube heater (natural gas powered) Goes right round the shop. My guess is you could probably get this for free if you took it down. There are three units and at least 60ft of tubing.
See pictures below. I think they are self explanatory.