I do move my Vandercook myself, actually my man-friend does most of
the work plus we get another friend to help out too. We rented pallet
jacks the first time, the second time we rented 'roll-a-lifts'. Each
had their pros and cons. Plus we rented a truck with a lift. Not an
easy job, but can be done. Good luck.
I will look at your posting. I'm still not sure what cutter to invest in.
--- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, "redsj55" <redsj55@...> wrote:
> I'm in the process of moving a Vandercook from Nevada to.
> Do you move yours yourself, or hire someone? I'm trying to decide if
> I should invest in some pallet jacks.
> I'm in SF Bay Area, I just posted a Triumph Ideal 3905 Manual 15"
> Paper Cutter on http://www.sfcb.org/php/ads.php and
> ebay Item number: 250174809441, if your interested. The cutters
> narrow cut is 1 - 5/16", weighs about 95 pounds.
> --- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, "brandtchristine"
> <brandtchristine@> wrote:
> > I am gearing up to buy a paper cutter. I use my current one about 2
> > times a week, but I would like to be able to cut an inch (or so) thick
> > of paper very accurately. The thought (and cost) of finding and moving
> > something that is 1000 pounds or more is not attractive after just
> > moving a Vandercook twice in the last year. Furthermore I may not need
> > anything that 'heavy-duty' at this point in time.
> > thank you,
> > Christine Brandt