ecabs users in Western Australia

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ecabs users in Western Australia

Postby John Powell » Wed, Jan 08 2014, 4:32AM

Are there still only 3 ecabs users and just 2 Thermwood CNC routers in Western Australia.
I would be interested to find out.
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Re: ecabs users in Western Australia

Postby Neville Bastian » Wed, Jan 08 2014, 7:44PM

John I have one here in Albany. I think thats still classed as Western Australia but then again next stop is Antarctica. :?
I think there are a few 3 axis machines used in the plastic industry in Perth as well.
Our machine just hit 6 years old, so its gone fast.
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Re: ecabs users in Western Australia

Postby John Powell » Thu, Jan 09 2014, 6:02AM

Thanks for the reply Neville. Its a bit of a long treck to Albany to pick up machined components.
I dont know if Vince and John Lozzi in osbourne park are still up for production sharing maybe i
will give them a call.
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Re: ecabs users in Western Australia

Postby Neville Bastian » Sat, Jan 11 2014, 5:55AM

Hi John,
We do ship flatpacks to Perth via a freight company in Kewdale.
Normally its about $200 for freight plus the cost for a crate to send it up in unless its on a pallet which I don't recomend.
If Vince and John are not interested we could do the sums on a test job.
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Re: ecabs users in Western Australia

Postby John Powell » Tue, Jan 14 2014, 6:52AM

Ok Thanks Neville.
I may have a couple of large jobs coming up soon so we might be able to work something out.
I havnt phoned Vince yet but i will let you know how i get on.
Kind regards John.
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