Anyone have any experience with import 3D welding tables?
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    Anyone have any experience with import 3D welding tables?

    Hello All,
    I'm looking at buying a chinese (I know... but I cant afford german) 3d welding table. D16 standard 1000x1500.

    I was wondering if anyone here can tell me their experience with the process of obtaining such...
    Specifically as it relates to the import fees/port fees/taxes/tariffs and any other way the gov't can find to quintuple tax the thing as I bring it in?

    I've read so many conflicting things about what paperwork and fees I will need to deal with, that I am thinking maybe some person on her has already tried it.

    Thanks all,
    Matt

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    Re: Anyone have any experience with import 3D welding tables?

    Got any pricing on those? Are there any dealers in your area?
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    Re: Anyone have any experience with import 3D welding tables?

    What the heck is it?

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    Re: Anyone have any experience with import 3D welding tables?

    Prices are roughly 1800 for a 1m x 1.5m table with legs. A 3d table is like a strong hold table that has a solid work surface with solid sides that come down a few holes as well. Think demmeler.

    There are no local suppliers.
    Last edited by Welding Shootist; 05-20-2018 at 10:53 PM.

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    Re: Anyone have any experience with import 3D welding tables?

    Quote Originally Posted by Welding Shootist View Post
    There are no local suppliers.
    Well maybe you should become a local supplier, probably get your Table at wholesale that way too.
    -Mark Smith

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