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Old robot systems: How old is old and are they worth it?  Old robot systems: How old is old and are they worth it?

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Hello,

This is a thread to start a discussion about the old robot systems that have been coming back into circulation from out of the woodwork for a few years now.
They may cost less up front but are they financially worthwhile in the long run?

Does anybody know where the various manufacturers have set cut-off points for support in their country?
Do they still stock/make spare parts?

Would be interesting to hear opinions and experiences from members of this forum.



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