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Old 25th Apr 2021, 7:17 pm   #1
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Default PCB making equipment...

Bit of a conundrum.

Having had a rush of blood to the head, I ventured into the loft of my workshop...

Found all sorts of stuff: Enough fans and DC motors for several lifetimes. Dozens of old chassis. Packing crates for stuff that went years ago. Old pairs of skis... Ski boots eaten by mice... A box of 600' and 1200' magtapes... Some Dectapes! My old university notes & thesis...

However, there was some good stuff, amongst which was a very lightly used Mega PA104 heated bubble etch tank - probably used 5 times (if that).

I no longer make PCBs, but someone might and this is an excellent tank - around 285 plus VAT new. It runs fine and is a serious bit of kit.

Any interest in this sort of stuff? Or is there another use? (*)

(*) No, not as a jacuzzi for mice...
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Old 25th Apr 2021, 7:44 pm   #2
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Default Re: PCB making equipment...

If you decide to sell this or other items on the forum you must put in the correct section
Sets, Parts and Service Information Offered (private sellers only, exact price required, no swaps)
and state an exact price.

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Old 25th Apr 2021, 7:48 pm   #3
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Default Re: PCB making equipment...

Yep. Fully aware of that. Just wondering if to sell or keep it if there's some other use...
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Old 26th Apr 2021, 7:59 am   #4
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Default Re: PCB making equipment...

It's a great device that I aspired to in years past but the availability and ease of access to ready-made PCBs is probably why it may now only have limited appeal.

I'm sure there would be interested agents if you put it up for sale - including me at the right price!
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