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Thread: Sears CompuCarve for sale!

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    Default Sears CompuCarve for sale!

    History - I bought one of the earlier systems. After 6 months had some issues and sent it back to Carvewright under warranty. During the shipping back to me, it fell off the UPS truck and was damaged. They sent a me a new machine, which is the one being listed for sale. I never had any issues with this one.

    Last year I bought and installed the new carvetight spindle. I only carved one short item with it. It did make the machine run smoother and slightly quieter.

    I have the original box and foam to ship it in.

    Also have the memory card and reader.

    No bits. Saving them for a CX

    S/N - A. G003.269
    Cut Time - 21 Hrs 30 min.
    On Time - 43 Hrs 26 min
    Servo Time - 34 Hrs 7 Min
    Scanning Time - 9 Hrs 32 Min

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    Cheapest shipping may be Fed Ex
    Pick up available in Buffalo, NY - It's safe to come here, the snows finally gone, maybe!

    Thanks for Looking
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    Sent you a p.m.

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    I'd like $800.00 plus shipping. It does have the new carve tight spindle and low cut hours! Never ran any long hour projects, only small signs and projects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gtj44 View Post
    I'd like $800.00 plus shipping. It does have the new carve tight spindle and low cut hours! Never ran any long hour projects, only small signs and projects.
    you did say if its B or C machine
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    The very first post shows the serial number starting with an A.
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    Does it have the A907 14 pin FFC Cable System? or the "A" version 18 pin?

    Has the Board Sensor ever been replced with a glued version.

    Has the L2 Power Supply coil had the Extra Glue added?
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    Quote Originally Posted by unitedcases View Post
    The very first post shows the serial number starting with an A.
    I seen it now thx an A wow way to much
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    I never had the glued board sensor or power supply changed, to be honest, never knew about that upgrade.
    I'll check to see what pin configuration the cable has.

    I have in my original post to make an offer.
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    A907 is already done since carvetight upgrade was done.
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    Al Who mentioned if the Board Sensor was replaced with a glued version and L2 Power Supply coil had Extra Glue added?
    What does this do? Does it help the performance or maintenance of the machine?
    Is it an up grade that is available?

    Thanks
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