My name is Peter Metsopoulos from Lanham, Maryland. I am retiring and selling my woodworking machine that I have personally used during my time as a cabinet/furniture maker.
This Woodworking machine is in like new condition as I have respected it and cleaned it after each use. If you have use for such a machine or know of someone who is setting up shop they will indeed enjoy the many years of use that this wonderful piece of equipment that comes from Austria still has left to give to a talented cabinetmaker. The Felder is equipped to complete these five functions:
Spindle/Tilting Shaper Spindle
Jointing and Surfacing
The price for the Felder BF 5/41 and included equipment and accessories is $2,000.00. . Attached are pictures of the Felder Woodworking machine and the accessories. Clamps in the pictures not included.
The prices quoted do not include pick up or delivery. We are unfortunately working on a short time frame and would need the machine picked-up no later than 2-26-19. Please feel free to reach out with any questions.
This would be a heck of a deal for anyone that has the room and has a use for one of these. I looked them up and found one in Austria that is selling for 4500 Euros, used. You'll need a truck to pick it up since it weighs in at around 600 Kilos. I would have to build a shop around it.
Appears to be very well kept and maintained. I'm just guessing but is that a phase generator outside beneath the panel box? Nothing wrong with running 3 phase equipment using single phase and a phase generator for the third leg as long as it's setup properly and you allow for a short time delay for that 3rd leg to ramp up. I installed one years ago for a 3 phase 20 ton self contained H/P system for a clubhouse that didn't have access to 3 phase and simply wired in a time delay for the feed to the system. Today's phase generators may not need that but good to know otherwise. Wish I had the room, looks like a "best deal". The next problem for me would be getting it in the basement. I'd have to drive around back with the truck and with the rain/snow/sleet we've had this past year would probably sink up to the axles. Worst yet he's only about 2 hours away.....
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