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Hardinge turrect or chucker tooling.....

Doug

Diamond
Joined
Dec 16, 2002
Location
Pacific NW
Got rid of my last manual Hardinge lathe recently so this is not needed.

Most is Hardinge brand, fits any turret lathe though. Some can be used in gang tooled CNC's or chuckers (we use some in our Omniturn). The shank type tools are 5/8" shank, we used bushings when used in larger turret holes.

Prices will be in the range of +/- 1/4 of eBay pricing. Or, $250 for all with free shipping via a USPS flat rate box.

The pieces in the box are a little crusty, they'll clean up easily. My older Hardinge manual machines all ran oil based cutting fluids so where there are adjustment mechanisms on the tooling they aren't rusted internally.

Located in NE Seattle.

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spaeth

Hot Rolled
Joined
Jan 28, 2008
Location
emporium pa
Hardinge Lot

Doug,
I'll take the lot for 250.00. PM me your preference of payment. I'll be gone a couple hours but will send payment before the day is done.
spaeth






Got rid of my last manual Hardinge lathe recently so this is not needed.

Most is Hardinge brand, fits any turret lathe though. Some can be used in gang tooled CNC's or chuckers (we use some in our Omniturn). The shank type tools are 5/8" shank, we used bushings when used in larger turret holes.

Prices will be in the range of +/- 1/4 of eBay pricing. Or, $250 for all with free shipping via a USPS flat rate box.

The pieces in the box are a little crusty, they'll clean up easily. My older Hardinge manual machines all ran oil based cutting fluids so where there are adjustment mechanisms on the tooling they aren't rusted internally.

Located in NE Seattle.

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Doug

Diamond
Joined
Dec 16, 2002
Location
Pacific NW
Hi spaeth,

Great, you got them. I'll get back to you in the morning to finalize the details via private mail.

Thanks, Doug.
 








 
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