After too much time getting upgraditis on this board, I’m going to go nuts and build a hopped-up S3, so I’m selling the Nomad to pay for it. I purchased this a couple of years ago in nearly brand new condition, but bought an S3 at the same time as going back to school, so I’ve barely had enough time to even get it up & running & make a couple upgrades. I’ve used this one time, to make a single test cut out of 6061 aluminum & see that it works. That’s it.
It’s an original Nomad, & got the updated circuit board Carbide 3d kindly sent out with accompanying arduino, so it runs Carbide4. The fan was switched out for a bigger one to ensure the controller & power supply stay cool and there’s a nice vinyl graphic on the top. It includes a couple wrenches to tighten the collet, and includes an ER11 collet & 1/8" endmill from Carbide3d. It runs on a fully functional ruggedized Motion LE1600 tablet computer running Win10, which has a touchscreen & makes interacting with the machine feel very natural. Also includes a stylus and mouse in case you prefer those, and a spare stylus and thumb drive with all the software on it so you’ll never have to run around trying to find it. I’m throwing it in so you can just turn it on and start using it right away, not worry about installing and configuring anything. Like this:
Here are all the juicy pics:
For its condition, & what I’ve got into it, I think I’d like to get about 1600 for it. If you want to use Paypal, keep in mind they tack on a few percent to pay that way. I’ve secured & packaged the machine in its original shipping box and altogether it’s 67 pounds available to be shipped, or picked up, from really anywhere in Wisconsin (my zip code is 53095, if you want to get a shipping estimate), since I regularly have to travel statewide. …but, please don’t ask me to drive all the way across the state just to look at it. Ok, thanks!
Edit: Price reduced to $1600