It's easy to move, I can give you few good tips. Do you know if they have the original shipping brackets?We're considering a purchase of a used R1000+ that's about 3hr from our shop. Are we crazy to even consider moving this ourselves or is this best left to HP? TIA.
Well if he doesn't have those, how is he going to add them. The silencer is of course no brainer to remove to get to the leg. I think it is too obvious to even mention.Well explained, but in your explanation I miss the tracks to be added in between table and beam, to prevent from being wound. And the removal of air-letout of turbines, to give more space to the uneven floor. Also I would remove cleaning web to protect web wipe station in case.
Securing the machine would take around 2 hours with trained technician and again 2 hours to get the unit back on track. Then the company is in charge if something went wrong. And he can provide information to trucking company and check infrastructure on new location.
I already answered most of your questions, did you even read it?? R2000 is the exact same process.I am buying it used. My main concerns are inks, carriage, railings, monitors. Also how would we get it to a truck, 2 forklifts ? Could you lift it from the middle ?
Thank you so much for any info.