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    Default 13EE for sale OR'

    Not mine but wish it was.


    Monarch 13 EE ENGINE LATHE - business/commercial - by owner - sale


    1955 Monarch 13 EE engine lathe.Threading, feeding, variable speed, Digital readouts on x,y axis.Brand new Sabina DC drive.Extremely accurate.10,000 lbs, 220/208 3 phase.15.5 inch swing, 54 inch z travel , 8.5 inch x travel.12 inch chuck.We move to our dock
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    I didn't know they made a 13 EE, so how good is the 13 compared to the 10?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    I didn't know they made a 13 EE, so how good is the 13 compared to the 10?
    Three inches of swing and THIRTY FOUR inches more long axis travel with similar beef, continuously variable speed, and attention to detail good.

    10EE 10" (12.5) * 20" (30" too, but rare..)

    13EE 13" (15.5) * 54"

    Both with DC drive.

    OTOH, puts it into the seriously competitve "zone" of typical 14" & 16" X 40" ++ as far as economic decision-makeing, new purchaser-wise.

    Couple of MMT veterans on PM might know how many were made or sold?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    I didn't know they made a 13 EE, so how good is the 13 compared to the 10?
    Did we not learn anything from Spinal Tap ?.....

    Seriously, tnx for posting, it's a rare one fur sure.

    IIRC MckeanMachinery had a larger lathe in a "Monarch 1000" but has since sold.

    I think it sported the same headstock electricals, as well as on the carriage as you posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Did we not learn anything from Spinal Tap ?.....
    "This one goes up to 13..."

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    It would be nice to see a shot of the whole lathe, does anybody else think that`s strange?
    Strategic shot of the saddle?

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