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    Default turret lathe tooling, large lot for sale

    I have a large lot of tooling id be willing to let go,

    box turning, knurling , many different turret tools to choose from

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    I would be willing to ship, also for sale local in beverly ma

    dan-

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    Lot sale or by the piece, Dan?

    Kent

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    Practical Machinist has a provision for selling stuff. You got the winning stuff for a turret lathe. So many I see today put drill chucks on their HC and small turret lathes. V block holders are the only thing I would use. The holders look to be Brooksfield used them for years then decided I liked the Somma ones better.
    You might make a list of sizes and brands and such if you run the real ad in the classified.

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    If you move this to the classified section, Please post a link here,

    List the items by shank size 5/8", 3/4 etc.

    Looking for a couple or 3 Brookfield DA-10 holders
    Floating reamer holders,
    a fine adjust knee tool DSM-1?
    A taper attachment for the DSM-59
    etc.

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclotronguy View Post
    Lot sale or by the piece, Dan?

    Kent
    by piece , multiples gets you a discount

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    Hey help us out here, what's the price range each:

    $0 - $1
    or
    $1 - $10
    or
    $10 - $100

    just a rough guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim rozen View Post
    Hey help us out here, what's the price range each:

    $0 - $1
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    $1 - $10
    or
    $10 - $100

    just a rough guess.

    $10-100 for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim rozen View Post
    Hey help us out here, what's the price range each:

    $0 - $1
    or
    $1 - $10
    or
    $10 - $100

    just a rough guess.
    ...and what sized lathe ?
    Shank diameters ?

    Can't make some more close up pix ?

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    If they are 5/8 shank, how much for:

    1) the three roller center rest in the middle photo,

    2) the adjustable knee tool in the middle photo (upper right-ish)

    3) and the smallest roller box tool you have (probably at least one in there)

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim rozen View Post
    If they are 5/8 shank, how much for:

    1) the three roller center rest in the middle photo,

    2) the adjustable knee tool in the middle photo (upper right-ish)

    3) and the smallest roller box tool you have (probably at least one in there)

    Thanks.
    I will reply back with a detailed discription

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    If it's any help, I need a box tool, 1" shank with enough capacity to rough a 1" bar towards 1/2" finish diameter. Interested in 2 if you got 'em. Contact me by PM, too, if you like. Email throught the control panel is, unfortunately, unreliable.

    Tks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitandmiss View Post
    I need the following with a shank size of 5/8":

    3 to 4 Brookfield DA-10 holders
    If you have the baby one that is smaller than 1/2" capacity, I am interested.

    Floating reamer holders, Is that one behind the T4 knee tool?
    What do you have?

    1 or 2 fine adjust knee tool DSM-1?

    A taper attachment for the DSM-59 mine is a model D but I could use the older unmarked version.
    I need a second one because I am tooling up a machine 30 miles from my shop.

    Bill
    Post better pictures here and PM me with pricing.

    Thanks,
    Bill

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    What do you have for knurling?

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    Ill take some photos today

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    I'm interested in knee tools, v-drill holders, and knurling tools for a start.

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    Classification by shank size would indeed be very useful. I have interest in 1" shanks for initial convenience on my machine, but further interest in the rest with more details supplied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by specfab View Post
    Classification by shank size would indeed be very useful. I have interest in 1" shanks for initial convenience on my machine, but further interest in the rest with more details supplied.
    The pictures and the fact that he posted in the Hardinge forum make me think he has only 5/8" shank tools.

    I have a lot of 1" and 3/4" shank turret tools if anyone has specific requirements. I have not used the turret on my Clausing for about thirty years. I did send a PM to the person who asked about 1" roller box tools, since I have one NOS Boyar Schultz 2RB and two 2RTC models.

    Larry

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    Hardinge did make a 3/4" turret for the DSM-59.
    They are hard to find, but out there.

    Bill

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