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How do I sell MPM frames?

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How do I sell MPM frames? | 7 November, 1998

I have a number of aluminum frames for a MPM-2000 printer that I need to get rid of. I'm not looking to make anything, except for some much-needed space around here. Do I need to put this on the capital equipment forum? I'm only looking for maybe $100, which is more petty cash than captial expenditure. I have about 40 frames and the weight is so heavy that I have to charge something. I don't think your equipment forum is set up for small potatoes deals, but please advise.

Scott Davies

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Jeff Sanchez

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Re: How do I sell MPM frames? | 7 November, 1998

| I have a number of aluminum frames for a MPM-2000 printer that I need to get rid of. I'm not looking to make anything, except for some much-needed space around here. Do I need to put this on the capital equipment forum? I'm only looking for maybe $100, which is more petty cash than captial expenditure. I have about 40 frames and the weight is so heavy that I have to charge something. I don't think your equipment forum is set up for small potatoes deals, but please advise. | | Scott Davies | |Scott, I went that route last year trying to by frames. I thought it would be good income to sell to stincel houses. Figuring that the frames are rarely damaged it would be like returning pie tins with a better return right? Wrong! Acumen told me they are only worth a five dollar credit twards a new sticil. You my check this out for your self. I do believe that they are worth their whight in aluminum though. so check your stincel house first and then go to to your local recycling center, LOL. I know that's not really funny but after the shipping it doesn't look so bad! It might even be a good idea to see if there is any merrit to have the frames restinceld? Just some food for thought............Jeff Sanchez

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