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Just a thought. Do you think you could refurb that thing and sell it to a hospital, or university? Even if you had to spend 2k, that thing sells for $97,000.
 

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Just a thought. Do you think you could refurb that thing and sell it to a hospital, or university? Even if you had to spend 2k, that thing sells for $97,000.

No it doesn't.

It sells for $0.99 (plus freight)

This is last generation technology. They don't want last year's refurbished stuff. In this country especially, they demand the latest tech available.

Maybe if you made it 100% and then took it to a third world country . . . .

Peace,
dave
 

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That wouldn't be a bad drive if I was in Richmond and not Blacksburg. :(

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45 minute drive from my house! :D I justttt might check in tommorrow to see what the bid is at, and BUY IT :)

-Jakob
 

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does it contain anything interesting from dissection? :> read a manual. it seems to have a lot of light filters. and mention of an ion laser.
 
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I won this laser :) Although it says the winning bid is $0.99, I am actually giving the guy $80 for it. It will be picked up on Wednesday morning. I might need a little help from the forum with the disassembling of the unit and extraction the laser. Will post in the gas lasers section when I get it.

-Jakob
 

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I won this laser :) Although it says the winning bid is $0.99, I am actually giving the guy $80 for it. It will be picked up on Wednesday morning. I might need a little help from the forum with the disassembling of the unit and extraction the laser. Will post in the gas lasers section when I get it.
Neat! :)

Don't forget to give us lotsa pics!
 

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Just remember it takes 220v (or something around there) so you'll need to plug it in where your washing machine is/was.
 
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Thats BS, how did he con you into that?
Well, I am guessing that he was an eBay nub and didn't know how to set a minimum bid. The moment I won the auction I messaged him about contacting him for the pickup. He replied with something about how it will cost him $60 in gas alone for him to pick up the sequencer from a garage etc...
I figure it like this... I'd rather have a DNA Sequencer/Argon Laser and $80 less, than no sequencer at all :p

Just remember it takes 220v (or something around there) so you'll need to plug it in where your washing machine is/was.
Thanks for the reminder, that might have caused me a LOT of trouble... I'll try to find a 220V plug in my house.

-Jakob
 




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