Thanks Jonathan, good points and some more information for us to digest :)
I love it when these ijit's at school wreck these machines.
Got a Roland PNC 2200 and a PNC3100 mill for £160 the two a few months ago :whistling:John S -
Wish I knew how you find these things!
Wreck is going a bit far considering it was used for several years after...just needed a bit of TLC and was a bit noisier!
Well that Mill Grav belongs to Roger and he has torn it apart already to improve it :naughty:If the nagging gets really bad......Get a bigger shed:naughty:
I've recently bought this one:
I asked the buyer for the item location, and he answered this:
please do not worry ,we have this item in UK warehouse ,i have shipped theitem from UK warehouse already
and i will send you the trackingnumber later ,then you will beliive we ship theitem from UK warehouse
Last edited by camhguh; 01-02-2012 at 06:45 PM. Reason: ebay location
The other reason for the high postage is to so that the do not have to pay Ebay loads of money on the sale price of the kit. Makes sense but does confuse a bit but that is why it looks so cheap.If the nagging gets really bad......Get a bigger shed:naughty:
yes I believe ebay doesn't get a penny from you for postage charges and I think it's the same for paypal.
But for £300.00 I would collect it my self
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