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Gerber AR600 6x10 router
Has clamp table (not Vacuum) was in working condition and used weekly before we moved. The computer with the software crashed so that would need to be replaced but I have all of the software including Omega and artpath. Only known deficiencies were in the coolant system. One of the adjustable nozzles is broke and there is a slow leak in the tank. Should be repairable but we didn't because we mainly routed plastic and foam with it so coolant was not needed. It is not set up at this time as I have no rook to do so. We downsized several years go with the intent to build a new room here at the new shop that will probably never happen. Asking $7k but open to reasonable offers

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Do you have the clamps for the table still?  Also, how old is it.  Those Sabres are workhorses but the boss will ask.

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Just seen post. How's the sale working out. Is it still going on. What's your price. I am about 3hrs from Upper Marlboro. Would not mind coming by and taking a look? 

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I see. I am still interested, I will get back in touch. Have you sold the software yet

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everything including the software should still be there but I will pull the box tomorrow when I go in to confirm. The only thing that is not there is the computer tower that ran the software. It crashed right before we moved and I never replaced it since we had no room to setup and run the router here.

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