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Re: [BKARTS] Two used 15" Kutrimmers for sale



Good afternoon.

I am interested in purchasing one.  can you please send me photos of each?
I live in Manhattan, so I can come by to pick up.

Regards,
Suzan

---- Book_Arts-L <BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Posted on 17 April 2005.
> 
> I have two used 15 inch Kutrimmers for sale, both in good condition
> cosmetically, some minor paint losses, nicks and scratches. Both are missing
> the outer gage, although I made one that works fine, although the minimum
> repeat cut is 5/32", verses 1/32" for the original.  Both blades have been
> sharpened and will cut up to .098" Binders board.  A nice size for small
> studios or to travel with.  Weight is around 20 lbs.
> 
> 1.  This is labeled Model #2036 (almost exactly like the current 1038A).  I
> think it is from 1984.  The inner gage is a replacement I made from brass.
> Excellent mechanical condition, 14.5" max. cutting length.  $240.00
> 
> 2.  This one seems older, the blade took some shimming to get it cutting
> well, and if cutting thin tissue you still have to pull it towards you a
> little.  Cuts text weight and board  fine.  More scratches and some other
> marks from previous owners.  The handle is attached with a replacement bolt.
> 14.25" max. cutting length.  $170.00
> 
> FYI-  New machines are $450 delivered from TALAS, new blades $170.  I would
> estimate shipping around $20-30.
> 
> If anyone is interested or would like to see photos, please call or email.
> 
> jeff
> 
> 
> ======================
> Jeffrey S. Peachey
> 212-387-7860
> 
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