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    anyone know when Tormach has across the board sales?
    Do they do Black Friday or other discount days?
    I have some backup equipment (like a backup coolant pump) I plan to get but am n no rush.
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    Nathan

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    Tormachy occasionally has clearance items at a reduced price but I don't recall a general sale. I believe that they offer a discount if you attend a training course.



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    Quote Originally Posted by kstrauss View Post
    Tormachy occasionally has clearance items at a reduced price but I don't recall a general sale. I believe that they offer a discount if you attend a training course.
    Ok, thanks.
    I thought I saw a general sale last year.



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    Perhaps I missed it. I do recall that they announced a coming "reverse sale" (price increase).



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    Quote Originally Posted by kstrauss View Post
    Perhaps I missed it. I do recall that they announced a coming "reverse sale" (price increase).
    That's the only one I ever noticed .
    They do or did have an end of summer sale on the sb15l. Offering to include some accessories in the base 15k price.
    I put off an order all summer for machinist vise, keys, and parallels. Picked up some high end indicating and measuring tools this last few months instead.



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    Quote Originally Posted by kstrauss View Post
    Perhaps I missed it. I do recall that they announced a coming "reverse sale" (price increase).
    Yes, this was the event I was remembering. Wow, Tormach’s prices sure have jumped. They use to be competitively priced on all of their tooling for example that I use to buy most of my stuff from them when I placed orders.



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    Default Re: Tormach sales

    I got $200 off my 440 for attending one of their seminars.



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    Default Re: Tormach sales

    Everyone's prices have jumped. That's how a 25% tariff is paid for by you and me, not somehow by China...



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    Default Re: Tormach sales

    A major pain is that Tormach raised their prices for everyone so the duty is also paid by customers in Canada and England who have no disagreement with China.



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    Yes; this is one of the ways that import tariffs hurt US export businesses.
    Free trade was a mistake! Mercantilism at its finest! Forbid the export of gold bullion! Who's with me?



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    Actually the tariffs don't hurt US exporters but only US RE-exporters. That is, those who import mostly finished items and, with no or minimal changes, re-export them.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jwatte View Post
    Everyone's prices have jumped. That's how a 25% tariff is paid for by you and me, not somehow by China...
    The price increase happened last year before the tariff war



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