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    Brass annealing machine at sensible price.

    Brass annealing machine at sensible price.
    Gary Beechener

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    Hi Gary
    What would you & anyone else on Sd think would be a sensible price? I have developed a gas powered one that works very well because I'm too tight to pay commercial prices.
    With a couple of modifications it could easily be duplicated - price would depend on production batch size. (I'd have to sub out the machining as I no longer have all the machinery needed for "mass production".


    Ian

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    I'd definitely be interested in one. Been waiting for a UK produced machine for well over a year.

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    i know 3 poeple myself included who are looking at buying a machine between us if its uk based even better so yorric get cracking

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    just wait young Gary just wait
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1967spud View Post
    just wait young Gary just wait

    Been waiting - for ages - nowt to date!

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    Sensible being the operative word 200-250 would be sensible anything breaking 300 for a gas annealer is just playing on the import price of a foreign unit.
    I predict that you will not be able to get one for significantly less than 500 here in the UK - and by significantly I mean 300 or less - I would love to be proven wrong but will not hold my breath!

    Ideally an induction heater would be the kiddie but I dread to think what would be charged for the electronics even considering that there ain't much to it.

    There is someone on the web selling an induction heater unit for case annealing but it is incredibly overpriced - in fact all of their induction heaters are overpriced!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sauer90 View Post
    Sensible being the operative word 200-250 would be sensible anything breaking 300 for a gas annealer is just playing on the import price of a foreign unit.
    I predict that you will not be able to get one for significantly less than 500 here in the UK - and by significantly I mean 300 or less - I would love to be proven wrong but will not hold my breath!

    Ideally an induction heater would be the kiddie but I dread to think what would be charged for the electronics even considering that there ain't much to it.

    There is someone on the web selling an induction heater unit for case annealing but it is incredibly overpriced - in fact all of their induction heaters are overpriced!

    I think thats the Giraud Case annealer you are on about, again you cant import it now, and it needs Motor upgrades and you have to buy it in a specific calibre. It has a Global Patent. All in you are looking (if you could import it 600 to start).
    Gary Beechener

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garybeechener View Post
    I think thats the Giraud Case annealer you are on about, again you cant import it now, and it needs Motor upgrades and you have to buy it in a specific calibre. It has a Global Patent. All in you are looking (if you could import it 600 to start).
    Nope not talking about the giraud tat, although he uses the over priced fluxeon induction heater for his heath robinson upgrade.
    It will be really sad if the guys think they can start at 600......
    A young man who isn't a socialist hasn't got a heart; an old man who is a socialist hasn't got a head.
    I have summat for sale; here's the M̶i̶d̶w̶a̶y̶ Brownells UK price... effin jokers.
    "The .30-'06 is unstable at close range" - Ahahahahhahh!


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    So what do we all think is the best VFM "Qualty" annealing machine thats actually avaliable, and I dont mean all those suppliers that phone one of three places to see whats in stock and add 50%, something that actually works, something universal. Getting one from Europe is easy. USA is getting tougher by the month, and my Canadian avenues have also now been fully restricted.
    Gary Beechener

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