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    I have a Denford Easiturn CNC Fagor 8020T 3ph (Servo Version) - new TFT screen, updated so the RS232 works etc. Fully working - POWERFUL servos. Apparently only about 12 of these were made (too expensive to make).

    Reluctantly thinking of selling (need thge money)

    Anyone got any idea what it is worth?

    Every time I am wrong - the World makes a little less sense.

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    You're probably looking at a bit less than a Cyclone.

    3 phase will put off quite a few people.
    Easiturn's aren't as production friendly as Cyclones (non-slant bed, and not fully enclosed), but tailstock can add to desirability, so limited market for anybody looking for a compact production machine.

    I think the demand for older controls is diminishing, so I'm not even sure it would be desirable for somebody just wanting it for the controller.
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