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    Panel Saw Worth in Scrap?

    First time poster - Hoping to get some guidance. My work has a panel saw on it's last legs that we want to get rid of. No one here as any experience with scrap metal. Although we could break it all down and take it ourselves somewhere, I can't wrap my head around what the value of this may be, if it would actually be worth it, and/or if it's simply best to call a recycling company to pick it up. We're most interested in getting it out of our shop as opposed to making money on it. The site won't let me post a link (picture) yet, but the model is a Holzma Optimat HPP 81 38



    Thanks in advance for any guidance.


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    Does it look like this?

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    Similar yes - but it appears ours is newer. It's grey in color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brine View Post
    First time poster - Hoping to get some guidance. My work has a panel saw on it's last legs that we want to get rid of. No one here as any experience with scrap metal. Although we could break it all down and take it ourselves somewhere, I can't wrap my head around what the value of this may be, if it would actually be worth it, and/or if it's simply best to call a recycling company to pick it up. We're most interested in getting it out of our shop as opposed to making money on it. The site won't let me post a link (picture) yet, but the model is a Holzma Optimat HPP 81 38

    Thanks in advance for any guidance.
    Servo motors worth more than stepper, same with ball screws.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alloy2 View Post
    Servo motors worth more than stepper, same with ball screws.
    Thank you kindly

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