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OK now guys before you open this besure you have enough wood area.I've been drooling over this for a week now and the guy came back and demoed it for me today.This machine works as well and as fast as the video.Check it out.Base price starts at 12,500-16,000 pretty much loaded.Now this is Canadian funds so of course divide by two:( .
www.metalmaster.ca
 

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Almost 100 views and only one person has a comment.Didn't you check out the video?This unit kicks ass!
 

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Almost 100 views and only one person has a comment.Didn't you check out the video?This unit kicks ass!
What are you looking for a reason to buy it? Tell the wife you'll use it to smash cans for recycling.

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In just under 1,000,000,000 cans it will pay for it's self:flipoff2:

This would be dammm nice to have thats for sure.
 

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What????

It doesn't drill?

Hardly worth a second look then.











(Yeah, looks pretty fundtional)
 

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it is not a bad machine but if you are really in the market for a iron worker then i strongly suggest you shop around. there are several diffrent brands and i think you will find that there are better machines out there than the one you pictured.


fyi. i have owned several scotchman iron workers over the years and they are hard to beat. but look at the pihrana and a few other off brands before you buy.
 

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Camo -- what does a 65 ton model cost?

There was a 65 ton http://www.scotchman.com/fullyintegrated.html with TOOLING (not sure what, nor how much) for $7500 in the paper. It said "lightly used". Didn't have the money, so didn't bother wasting the sellers time with silly questions. Still mighty tempting as it was listed a month later.

Scotchman models

Not too likely I'd be punching 3/4" plate.... 3/8" perhaps. :)

With lots of the shops going belly up (sigh!) you can find 'em at auctions from time to time. For under $2000 I'd drag it home for crushing coke cans.

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Do any of those other machines do all the same stuff without costing an arm and a leg.I like the size of this machine as well.I saw a piece of 1/2x3 flat bar bent over like the end of a hockey stick.The pipe bender worked so nice too.Remember this is canadian funds so brand new would be under 10 k for the US fully loaded.I think it will fit in a two bay garage nicely :D The wife says ok but my account says no.
 

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We have this ironworker at work.........

We have the scotchman Ironworker Its good for punchin slots and holes but not the best machine in the world for a small fab shop its OK I guess i prefer drilled holes over punched holes. But i will say it is nice to chunk off a thick piece of plate or somthin and nip corners off and shit.
 

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