Valiani 'Maximus 2T' World Premiere at Spring Fair

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Valiani 'Maximus 2T' World Premiere at Spring Fair

Postby Merlin » Sun Feb 07, 2016 6:08 pm

Valiani Srl are pleased to announce a new concept in productivity.
The Maximus 2T
Maximus 2t come in 3 sizes: 80 (820 x 1230mm), 160 (1230 x 1630mm) and the 250 (1230 x 2520mm).

Now on display at the D & J Simons stand in Hall 1.
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Re: Valiani 'Maximus 2T' World Premiere at Spring Fair

Postby standrewsframer » Mon Feb 08, 2016 1:11 pm

Anyone know how this compares to the Gunnar Aiox Professional? Or perhaps not enough details are known about the Val at this stage...
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Re: Valiani 'Maximus 2T' World Premiere at Spring Fair

Postby IFGL » Tue Feb 09, 2016 5:27 pm

I had a demonstration of both these machines today, they are both pretty amazing, they both perform to what I need, and at a reasonable price, pretty sure I will be buying one of these two, a little bit more research is required.
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Re: Valiani 'Maximus 2T' World Premiere at Spring Fair

Postby Trinity » Wed Feb 10, 2016 1:54 pm

I'm happy enough to stay with my Wizard, but just for interest, how much?
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Re: Valiani 'Maximus 2T' World Premiere at Spring Fair

Postby IFGL » Wed Feb 10, 2016 4:23 pm

I am interested in Wizard if they have anything a bit faster than the 9000, it needs a vacuum and button clamps, I am also going to go and see True Cut.

These two both started at a similar price, for the size that would take a 44 x 64" sheet, 18 and a bit for the AIOX, 19 and a bit for the maximus, both vacuums were 5, the tools on the Valiani are cheaper than the Gunnar, so for what I need both were coming out at around 25k.
Before I commit I will need to see them again, I made a mistake when I purchased the one I have, I should have got a bigger faster one.
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Re: Valiani 'Maximus 2T' World Premiere at Spring Fair

Postby ds128hcliverpool » Wed Feb 10, 2016 5:11 pm

IFGL - just out of interest, what do you have now?
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Re: Valiani 'Maximus 2T' World Premiere at Spring Fair

Postby IFGL » Wed Feb 10, 2016 5:22 pm

A Valiani, IXV 150, the bed is 1000 x 1500 mm, I will be keeping it, as we will have work for both.
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Re: Valiani 'Maximus 2T' World Premiere at Spring Fair

Postby standrewsframer » Wed Feb 10, 2016 5:38 pm

Both appear to be amazing machines. The Valiani looks very durable, however, the Gunnar is faster. Not sure if there is anything between them in terms of cut quality. Decisions...
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Re: Valiani 'Maximus 2T' World Premiere at Spring Fair

Postby IFGL » Wed Feb 10, 2016 5:52 pm

I definitely need another look, it also depends on whether I decided to go for the extra large beast, then it would have to be the Valiani, it ain't mega bucks more.
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Re: Valiani 'Maximus 2T' World Premiere at Spring Fair

Postby Merlin » Wed Feb 10, 2016 6:46 pm

It is interesting that some people seem to want more speed on their CMC.

Are you cutting >300 mounts per day ?

Equally, a large number of CMC users say they slow their machine down.

Just saying !
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Re: Valiani 'Maximus 2T' World Premiere at Spring Fair

Postby IFGL » Wed Feb 10, 2016 7:57 pm

Sometimes double that John.
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