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Looking for a hydraulic guillotine type metal break

I am trying to locate a 36 inch or 48 inch guillotine type metal break. It needs to bend maximum 14gauge steel. Prefer hand operated pump, over at electric hydraulic pump. I've tried the Internet to locate used equipment dealers, having no luck. Maybe someone can give me a clue, or better yet somebody might know or I can find one, or even have one to sell.

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