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15 - 19" Vibratory Parts Feeder Bowl Feeder Stainless Steel Small Parts Spiral on

US $385.00

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
15 - 19" Vibratory Parts Feeder Bowl Feeder Stainless steel small parts spiral, US $385.00, image 1

 This a perfect working unit. Runs on 110-120 volts.I ran a hand full of 1/4" nuts through it to watch it work..Works perfectly..The cord is 24" long, and is just open wires for now, so that will need to go into your variable speed control. Very simple to do. There are no dents or problems with the bowl, and is very smooth for great working parts running. It weighs 146 Lbs., so shipping will have to go Freight.Contact me for pricing on that if you are a serious buyer of this Feeder..I will build a small pallet and plywood box around it for perfect shipping protection..Local pick-up would be free if you are close to Minneapolis Mn..Thanks for looking.

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