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    Default Where to sell scrap carbide?

    I've been cleaning up around the shop lately and been finding lots of scrap carbide bits,( the guy before me NEVER threw anything away). I was wondering where you sell scrap carbide to get the best price. my boss told me if I want to go through and collect it and keep it seperate i could take it home.
    does anyone on here buy carbide scrap? It wont be much, maybe a coffee can full.
    thanks in advance!!

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    Call around to local recyclers. You'd be amazed what they will buy if you have enough of it.

    If it's not nailed down, it's mine.
    If I can pry it loose, it's not nailed down.


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    Last quote I had for clean carbide was $8.25 per pound. Email martha@stalloy.com for current quote.



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    I recently sold 46 pound of scrap carbide for $9 a pound. Thompson Machine in cincinnati, dayton, or columbus I'm not sure which. They sent me back a letter saying that they could no longer pay that price for carbide, I think the price went down to $7 a pound.

    He told me to ship them via a prepaid mailer from the USPS. I shipped the 46 pounds of carbide to him for $8. I was just tickled to death about that. I wasn't sure I could trust that they would actually send me the money, but I looked them up and they seemed legit, so I took a chance.

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    Check out our sister site Page 1. We pay competitive market price and pay immediately.



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    Whats the going rate these days?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankjs View Post
    Check out our sister site Page 1. We pay competitive market price and pay immediately.
    Well I sent about 24 lbs of carbide to you.



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    $10 per pound



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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankjs View Post
    $10 per pound
    Did you just raise it from $9.75 a pound?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankjs View Post
    $10 per pound


    Thank you for the quick service. I appreciate it. I definitely recommend you.



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    Yes, prices change all the time. Current rate is $10 per pound.



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    For more information on selling scrap carbide see Page 1



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