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    Default Nicco Surface Grinder

    Hey People,
    This is my first time posting I have a small Injection Mold\Precision Machining shop.
    I currently have (2) 2 Axis auto grinders and (2) Mitsui Surface grinders manual.
    I was wondering if anyone on the board has any experience with the Nicco brand of grinders I just purchased a 3 axis auto that is in Showroom condition out of a Medical MFG
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    Has anybody used one of these grinders?

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    I have a Nicco 520 Surface grinder. Maybe I could help you.

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    looking at picking up this machine. are they any comments on the pro/cons?

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    Nicco appears to be Japanese. They have been in business since 1955. There are many Nicco machines for sale by used machinery dealers. I do not know if they have a US parts support network.

    metalmagpie

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    Nicco Grinders are clearly a cut above Okamoto, and Okamotos are very good. When I was looking for a 12/24 I could not find a Nicco. I found an Okamoto, and it is a gem.


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