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Thread: Machida Grating Mobolazer Module, Bounce Mirrors Mounts, Cracked Diffraction mirrors

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    Default Machida Grating Mobolazer Module, Bounce Mirrors Mounts, Cracked Diffraction mirrors

    I have the following surplus items for sale:

    Machida Grating Mobolazer Beam Module:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/171795893948

    TWO 8" Bounce Mirror Mounts:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/171795900607

    9 LOT Broken Diffraction Bounce Mirror Mounts:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/181750798918

    Acetone ACS Reagent Grade Acetone Methanol Laser Cleaning Photonics OptiKlenz:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/171777380674

    MDG REMOTE CONTROL for Max 3000 APS Fog Generator/ Smoke Machine:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/181734586350

    Aje

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    wow what the hell were you smoking when you listed the mobolazer turret on ebay

    $495 for 1 mobolazer Machida Grating turret

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    Yeah.... I thought exactly the same thing. I know real Machida is more than the fake Machado but, that's still WAY over market.

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    I could not find many Machida gratings online for sale so I figured I'd start high and go down from there. I also accept best offers so at this price I have more wiggle room. Thanks for your feedback, it was expected=)

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    I think it's more in the ballpark of $240-$280 based on a little research. Granted, it's worth what the market will bear and Machida's were in that higher range when they came out but, I don't know if the demand is as great as it used to be.

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    i have to go look at mine but i think these are Machido's

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    Mine is definitely the original Machida Grating. Still a great effect we don't see used often enough in today's shows. We'll see what the market offers me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newaje View Post
    Still a great effect we don't see used often enough in today's shows.
    Agreed. I have one of mine in a specially made turret for a Mobo. I don't use it as often as I should but, it's been good for introductions of brides and grooms when the mobo is mounted right over top the door where they make their entrance.

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    " 15 characters"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laser Wizardry View Post
    I can vouch for the laser cleaning supplies as being a great deal. The swabs are the good ones without any glue on the stick, and the solvents were even packed under high purity argon. This is well over $100 worth of stuff if you were to buy it directly from me.
    Ok... you talked me into it. Cleaning supplies SOLD

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