If any of you have looked at annealing machines you've seen some good models and some so so's. I recently got to play a little with the Bench Source Annealing Machine by Vertex Mfg. and this is by far the best set up I've seen yet. No wheels or plates to change. You can anneal anything from the smallest case to 408 Chey-Tac brass on the same wheel.
I sent an e-mail to David Dorris at Vertex Mfg. who makes the Bench Source Annealing Machine. I inquired about a multiples discount to get a good deal and sell several at one time. He replied back that if I can get at least 3-4 committed orders I can get them for a better price. I'll have them all shipped to me and then I'll take care of dispersing them to their new owners. Graf and Sons sell them for $529.99 plus shipping. I can get them for $475 each plus the shipping. I'd like to place an order by the end of the month so PM or e-mail me if your interested. I'll have to have payment upfront in the form of USPS Money Order only.
David's E-mail Quote
"The machine has a two year warranty on the electronics including motors, and lifetime warranty on materials and workmanship. This warranty excludes normal wear and tear of course.
The standard drive plate or shell plate that comes with the machine will work on all rifle cases. The only other plate we make is for the .50 BMG. Price for the .50 plate if needed is $44.95 when ordered from us with a machine purchase. The two plates will cover every cartridge you would ever own.
As you may have seen or read, our machine spins the case while it is being heated. This feature along with the Infinitely Variable Timing Control, gives the very best results in uniformity and there’s no other machine out there easier to setup or change over for different calibers. Average production rate is 550-600 pcs per hour for a standard .308 sized case head."