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Hi I'm in Quebec and for the love of me for the past 4 months I have been looking to find a Rolling mill online and offline (even a used one) and it's impossible in Canada!. In the US it's around $200 to $300  for shipping and in Asia it's over $400 up to $700 just for shipping. Is there somewhere IN CANADA where I can find one? (used would be ok if it works well) Can anyone help me at all? 

thank you :)

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I know that Gesswein sells Rolling mills, I just don't know what the cost is.  They are located in the Toronto area and shipping wasn't too expensive if I remember correctly.  Also Lacy's & Co have mills.  If you want one second hand you might have a better chance by calling large jewellery studios in Toronto to see if there's anything out there.  Good Luck!

thank you I'll check on that :)

Yikes they are the most expensive I've ever seen so far lol I'm more looking for a 70mm wide more like below $500 lol (found some in Asia but the shipping is more than that lol)

But thanks I will keep looking perhaps I,ll find a used one somewhere! :)

have a great day/night!

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