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  • OT- Holy crap, I won't be buying these fer a bit.........

    http://www.liquidation.com/auction/v..._source=Eloqua

    Lot of New Cube 3 Personal 3D Printers - MSRP $127,872

    Lot of New Cube 3 Personal 3D Printers - MSRP $127,872


    New Cube 3 Personal 3D Printers - MSRP $127,872

    Model Numbers: 392200 and 391100

    Unit Count: 128

    Number of Pallets: 8

    Colors: White and Grey

    Features:
    Technology: Plastic Jet Printing (PJP)

    Print Jets: Dual Jets

    Maximum Design Size: 6" x 6" x 6"

    Material: Tough recyclable ABS plastic or compostable PLA plastics

    Layer Thickness: 70 Microns, Fast Mode: 200 Microns

    Printer Dimensions: 13.5" H x 13.2" W x 9.5" D

    Printer Weight: 17 lbs


    Units are new and come in retail boxes. US power cords will be included in bulk packaging (they will not be included in the retail boxes).

    Units will come with a standard 90 day parts/labor warranty.
    Definition: Boat, a hole in the water you throw money into!

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    If my math is correct, that is about $316 U.S. per unit for the winning bidder and EBay sold prices depend a lot on model, 3rd gen looks to be going for between $400 and $600, so not sure if that is a good enough margin for most. Guessing whomever will have to resell quick (before next gen hits the market) or has a buyer lined up. Not sure what they are new.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by RussZHC View Post
      If my math is correct, that is about $316 U.S. per unit for the winning bidder and EBay sold prices depend a lot on model, 3rd gen looks to be going for between $400 and $600, so not sure if that is a good enough margin for most. Guessing whomever will have to resell quick (before next gen hits the market) or has a buyer lined up. Not sure what they are new.
      Yep, I'm seeing $316.41 each. If the buyer moves them quickly for $350, and excluding any handling or shipping charges, he will make a quick $ 4,300 on the lot.

      Dan L
      Salem, Oregon

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      • #4
        They have been discontinued.

        They take special "chip regulated" material that is sold only by the now former maker.

        They are tethered to special software that is no longer supported.

        In short they are absolutely worthless. Steer wide of this one.
        This is the ending.... still your need is driven on (driven on) as we trigger one more bomb...

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