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Plywood Parts Set for Archivist

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duerig
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Plywood Parts Set for Archivist

Post by duerig » 10 Feb 2016, 12:52

I have one complete set of plywood parts for the Archivist that I don't need. They are painted black, drilled, and ready to put together if you provide the proper hardware.

I'm willing to sell them for $300 plus shipping. And I'll even throw in any other extra spare parts for Archivists I have lying around. Email me at orders at tenrec dot builders if you are interested.

Archivist plans: http://diybookscanner.org/archivist

-D

duerig
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Re: Plywood Parts Set for Archivist

Post by duerig » 11 May 2016, 14:05

This set of parts is no longer available.

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