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    Default Milling machine and lathe for sale Hudson valley NY craigslist

    Why do I always find ads with machinery when I have no room or no cash (in this case no room)
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    South bend lathe - tools - by owner - sale
    The quickchange gearbox goes for half of what there asking on ebay alone

    horizontal & vertical milling machine $ 900. - tools - by owner - sale
    The milling machine looks like a nice size for a home machine shop
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    Seems like a decent deal on the lathe. Looks like 2 3 jaws.

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    I would like that Walker-Turner band saw as well.

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    Not to sound dumb , but what is that sitting on the floor in front of the mill ?

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    Probably the vertical head for the milling machine. Tony Griffiths has a writeup on this manufacturer and model of mill, and a vertical head was offered for it.

    Interesting mill, as it could be used as a manual milling machine (the crank for the knee screw is located on the back of the mainframe). It could also be used as a production mill, having rack feed for the table.

    I have too many projects and too little time, but with this mill in my locality, I am tempted. It looks quite a bit sturdier than my Burke Number 4. Of concern is what the taper of the spindle is. I do not recall this being mentioned in the write-up in the Machine Tool Archive.

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    After looking at other pictures of the machine I see you are correct. Looks like a decent machine . Probably good thing I'm not closer to it.


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