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Sine plate, Moore rotary table, Ellis indexer, Germany Neise rotary table/indexer/spacer. SoCal

bll230

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I hurt my hand and can no longer pick up heavy items, so I am having to retire my shop.

The sine plate is hardened, 12"x12" all the holes are tapped. I don't know the manufacturer, but it came from the same man who only had the finest tools, same source as the Moore. very heavy

Moore rotary table. Movement is butter smooth.

Ellis indexer with 3C spindle adapter and 3C closer. Lots of hole plates.

German rotary table/indexer with 24 notch spacer built in. Came with a MT 4 center adapter and I made a 5C center adapter. Very smooth and precise.

I live in zip 92352. Local pickup only. I am not able to package and ship.
 

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Price will be based on what sold prices on ebay show as reasonable. Haven't investigated yet. If interested email me phone number and we can discuss price and pickup. I know this is low probability, but if I can help out someone in SoCal at least they won't go to scrap.
 
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Can't seem to find any previous sales information on the Neise. Please ballpark a price. What is the diameter? thanks, Rich
 
The Ellis's are going for $400-$500. The Neise is much newer and better made. How about $300 for the Neise. It is just under 8 inch, probably 200 mm.
 

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