CNC saws are regularly used in production. The logic is - Why pay an operator to chop a million+ pieces of stock to length when a machine can do it all automatically?
If the saw operates and it has working auto functionality, $5k may be considered cheap in that part of the country (dont quote me on that plz, I said may). Unfortunately, the pics dont show much other than the actual iron. I dont have any experience with Wiltons, but if I still had a big shop I would love another Hyd-Mech horizontal in that size range. I paid $2k for the last one with zero automatic functionality other than hydraulic up and down, though it was in very nice (plug in and play) condition, and many friends thought I got a "steal."
Last edited by justanengineer; 05-04-2012 at 01:49 AM.
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