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For Sale: $900 Used Esterly SpeedMat 3240 (32" x 40") -- Portland, Maine

kblaisdell

Grumbler in Training
For Sale: Used Esterly SpeedMat 3240 (32" x 40") in good condition
Price: $900
Location: Portland, Maine
Condition: Lovingly used; in good condition. User manual included.

The Esterly Speed-Mat mat cutter is a space-saving wall-mounted multi-material cutter used to cuts mats, foamboard, glass, and more. It really is the go-to machine when it comes to precision, flexibility, and ease of use. Great for matting artwork or as a photo mat cutter.

Made of lightweight aluminum and a warp-free honeycomb interior, the Esterly SpeedMat includes a 45° knifehead for squares and rectangles and 2-to-8 ply mats, and a 40" sizer for mat, glass, and foam core, etc.

Used for about 5 years in a very small custom picture framing shop. Since moving from the shop years ago, I have been holding onto this beautiful piece of equipment for odd jobs. I hardly use it anymore and would love see it go to a good home. Great for small galleries and frame shops, artists, photographers, and makers of all kinds.

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framah

PFG, Picture Framing God
Ok... not really related to your post but... who do you fancy yourself more like.... Calvin or Hobbs????

I miss that comic so much!!!

Now a bit more related.. I once had one I got from a closed framer and ended up selling it (cheaply) to the Farnsworth Museum. You might try looking into museums down your way in case it doesn't sell... possibly donating and getting a write-off on your taxes.
 

kblaisdell

Grumbler in Training
Ok... not really related to your post but... who do you fancy yourself more like.... Calvin or Hobbs????

I miss that comic so much!!!

Now a bit more related.. I once had one I got from a closed framer and ended up selling it (cheaply) to the Farnsworth Museum. You might try looking into museums down your way in case it doesn't sell... possibly donating and getting a write-off on your taxes.

Thanks for the info re donating. Hoping to sell it so I can buy some new woodworking tools. Regarding Calvin and Hobbes -- I feel like a mix of both! How about you?
 
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