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kpotter

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I have lots of carbide thread mills some new some used. I have never used these and have no way of using them, is anyone interested in some? I dont want to cause a panic like the grinding wheels or endmills.
 
I would be quite interested. What sizes/pitches do you have? A 32tpi one would certainly be useful for me (for 6-32, 8-32, and 10-32), as well as other sizes.

Thanks for posting this!
 
Put me down for some too. Small diameter fine pitch ones are very handy indeed.

Now that interest has been generated, post up a teaser pic. :D

I do not think these will create a panic because the manual machine guys have no use for them, unless the gunsmiths want to use them for checkering. :scratchchin:
 
I helped a machine shop shut down, the owner retired he did not want an auction so there was a ton of stuff that didnt sell, so I bought it all from him. I got lots of work tables, stools and around 1000lbs of tooling. He was the kind of guy who would buy 2 when he needed 1. I kept most of it so I have the endmill, and drill part of my life taken care of. I have lots of thread mills, since I dont have a cnc mill and since I seem to be stuck in 1950s with my shop I am selling off the stuff I cant use. When my wife gets home tonight I will post some pics. I would like to sell them in a few lots so I am not shipping 50 little boxes out and having tons of emails my wife is still pissed about the last tool blow out.
 
Threadmills are very specific. Being they are small and only 100 pcs, perhaps selling a set would help. They would be much more valuable to us if they are sold in sets and almost worthless if sold as a random grab bag.

Just read the thread pitch and use calipers for rough estimate of major dia. Say 10 pcs per set? Shipping 10 small USPS boxes would not be too much trouble vs the grinding wheel episode. :eek:
 
Threadmills are very specific. Being they are small and only 100 pcs, perhaps selling a set would help. They would be much more valuable to us if they are sold in sets and almost worthless if sold as a random grab bag.

Just read the thread pitch and use calipers for rough estimate of major dia. Say 10 pcs per set? Shipping 10 small USPS boxes would not be too much trouble vs the grinding wheel episode. :eek:

Also make sure that you list if they are for internal use only as well...
 
I'd be interested in a set like that.

Threadmills are very specific. Being they are small and only 100 pcs, perhaps selling a set would help. They would be much more valuable to us if they are sold in sets and almost worthless if sold as a random grab bag.

Just read the thread pitch and use calipers for rough estimate of major dia. Say 10 pcs per set? Shipping 10 small USPS boxes would not be too much trouble vs the grinding wheel episode. :eek:
 








 
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