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    Default Punch Press auction win

    Just won this at a local "online" auction. 4 miles from my home, which was a big reason for the bidding. Anyway, picking it up tomorrow. Got to get there early, looks like an important part is on the floor. Don't want that to walk away. No name in the ad and no name visible from the pictures.

    $74.27 out the door, including all fees and tax.

    Any idea of me maker?

    More to come,

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    The part under it is a small die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobby Shop View Post
    The part under it is a small die.
    "Set"....the part is a "die set"

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    I’m not sure if yours is one but E.W.Bliss was one company that made this style of press .
    A larger one shown here.
    Catalogue and price list of presses, drop hammers, shears, dies and special machinery : E.W. Bliss Co : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
    You can scroll through the catalogue to look for other examples .
    You may find a name cast into it somewhere that is covered with thick paint or behind the electrical box etc.
    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by cb1 View Post

    $74.27 out the door, including all fees and tax.

    cb1
    Licensed and insured Rigger not required to remove machine from location?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggie_obe View Post
    Licensed and insured Rigger not required to remove machine from location?
    The pole barn tin is on the inside of the shop......

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    "Set"....the part is a "die set"
    Look again. You can see the lower “die section” with holes in the upper shoe for a punch/retainer, form steel, cut off, restrike, run # stamps or whatever.

    Die section + little die set = little die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggie_obe View Post
    Licensed and insured Rigger not required to remove machine from location?
    Hahahahahaaha. I live in the sticks. A lady that didn't know how to drive a forklift, with my help put it on my truck..

    Rigger... Never met one..

    Just sayin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Christie View Post
    I’m not sure if yours is one but E.W.Bliss was one company that made this style of press .
    A larger one shown here.
    Catalogue and price list of presses, drop hammers, shears, dies and special machinery : E.W. Bliss Co : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
    You can scroll through the catalogue to look for other examples .
    You may find a name cast into it somewhere that is covered with thick paint or behind the electrical box etc.
    Jim
    Bliss bought out the Stiles Press Company, and continued to make this type of press, although the later one's I've seen are beefier castings, but my guess is it could be an older Stiles press.

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    Default Toledo Machine and Tool Co.

    Maybe not the maker, but the seller. There is a name cast into the side, but not readable yet, some layers of paint. Have to unload and get a better look.

    Could of have this K&T for 26 bucks. Had a brain fart. 4 miles from my home and I know the owner, I pulled her disabled uncle out of his burning house 4 years ago, and she would have gave me some time to get it out. Could have parted it for bunch. Asleep at the wheel, its big...

    I did get a bunch of parts for mostly K&T machines, screens, gears, shaft and bearings. And a bunch of nuts and bolts...

    Oh, well,

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    I'm thinking Niagara but Toledo made a similar machine as well.

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    I would have bought that K&T for the angle plates on the bed then resold it to a scrapper for my investment.

    I would not have bought that press unless you needed a mailbox holder or a flower pot. That thing has no useful purpose.

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    Default Tolledo No 15

    Got pictures of the press casting. Tolledo No 15. The niece told me that he (deceased) had taken some things off of it for scrap. So, not sure what that meant, whether original parts or added (late) parts to make functional in the "don't run with scissors" world we live in now. It has a slot punch in it now, but not sure I have the die block or any of that..

    Now I know what it is, I will research what its supposed to look like back in the day.

    Anyway, still not unloaded, but soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garwood View Post
    I would have bought that K&T for the angle plates on the bed then resold it to a scrapper for my investment.

    I would not have bought that press unless you needed a mailbox holder or a flower pot. That thing has no useful purpose.
    This is where we would part ways, I could look at that press all day long, LOL, I love the lines....

    No offense..

    CB1

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    And there it is on page 78.

    Thank you for your effort,

    CB1

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    "Set"....the part is a "die set"
    Here's a couple pictures of the little punch break...

    Look's to be a Danly Precision

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    Getting some of her elegance back.

    In the future, the motor and pulley will come off.

    Anyone hazard to guess what RPM this would have been run at?

    Thanks for looking,

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    The pole barn tin is on the inside of the shop......

    You can also get it perforated to cut down on the sound. Nice feature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cb1 View Post
    Anyone hazard to guess what RPM this would have been run at?

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    Flywheel 100 rpm.

    Rob


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