I sold this machine, the purchaser broke the glass heat shield, sent it back to me, I made a paypal claim to recoup money to replace the projector and was successful. Because of that the machine can sell for $1500.
This will be sold with the broken glass projector which might be repairable
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> possibly saving you a lot of money on a B9 v1.2 or this machine. It is selling cheap enough that you can purchase a new in box project and have basically a new machine, apart from wear and tear, for under $2500.
The projector is powering up and there is light being projected. I am sell this as is. If I have the projector repaired it will be sold as a used machine for $2500.
I do have videos of the projector powered up and projecting light as well as videos of all the axis in motion.
This does have an aluminium backing plate to keep the machine co planner and the door hinge has been move from below to on top. The hinge move is to have the door open up and out of the way vs down and blocking projector access. Both of these modifications can be removed setting the machine back to factory set up if it is desired. There bold holes will still be there from those modification they can be patched or left alone.