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  1. #41
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    Brand of Machine: Deckel
    Series of machine: FP
    Size of machine: 2
    Style of machine: dual dial
    Year of machine: 1967 ?
    Serial number of machine: 2200-5325
    Measuring standard: Metric
    Taper: SK40 S20x2
    Input voltage: 3 phase 380V
    Cabinet style: Ext. cabinet, green
    Color of machine: Original gray (repainted in green)
    Condition of machine: undergoing a full rebuild

    Major acc's: Large fixed table, Swivelling table, Acurite III ,Rotating table
    Spiral milling table

    Primary use: hobbiest, Prototyping and custom parts for my Ducati

    City, Country: Marche, Italy, Europe
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    New addition to the corral. Joins the Deckels, etc:

    Brand of machine: Aciera
    Series of machine: F1
    Size of machine: teeny tiny
    Style of machine:
    Year of machine: Early 1960s (??? S/N 32505 is 25 Nov 1968)
    Serial number of machine: No. 21246
    Measuring standard: Inch
    Taper: Schaublin W20
    Input voltage: 120 volt
    Cabinet style: No cabinet.
    Color of machine: Grey.
    Condition of machine: Good.
    Major acc's: "Simple" dividing attachment
    Primary use: Hobbiest.
    City, Country: Sunnyvale, CA, USA
    Comments:
    Other machines: Deckel FP2, Deckel FP3NC, Hurco CNC, Emco Maier EmcoTurn 120, Lorch LAS, Hardinge HLV-H E/M, Eguro 712, Monarch 10EE

  3. #43
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    I can trump you on that Peter. I have a Deckel FP1 number 7411 which is still in good order and regular use. Only problem is a worn x axis bush!

    Parsonnt

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    Brand of Machine: Deckel
    Series of machine: FP
    Size of machine: 1
    Style of machine: change gear feeds (two lever)
    Year of machine: 1948
    Serial number of machine: 27231
    Measuring standard: Imperial
    Taper: MT4
    Input voltage: 3 phase 415V
    Cabinet style: pre cabinet era
    Color of machine: Original grey RAL 7005
    Condition of machine: undergoing a full rebuild

    Major acc's: Large fixed table, universal table, Walter rotary table,
    vertical head, horizontal support, high speed head, slotting head, Wohlhaupter boring/facing head, dividing head with overarm, S20 collets, spares.

    Primary use: hobbyist.

    City, Country: Melbourne, Australia

  5. #45
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    Default Aciera F4



    Brand of machine: Aciera
    Series of machine: F4
    Size of machine: 16 x 7.5 x 18 (400 x 190 x 450 mm) travels
    Style of machine: universal
    Year of machine: 70s-80s
    Serial number of machine: 45087 (that's the number stamped at the top of the vertical column dovetail)
    Measuring standard: inch
    Taper: NMTB40
    Input voltage: 220 single phase to two VFDs
    Cabinet style: no cabinet
    Color of machine: grey
    Condition of machine: good
    Major acc's: vertical head, horizontal overarm, 3-axis DRO
    Primary use: hobbiest (engine models, parts for machinery restoration), prototyping (various inventions for my employer), lab mechanical test fixtures.
    City, Country: SF Bay Area, California, USA
    Comments: The machine is ex-Honeywell Aerospatiale, Quebec, Canada, via Procyon Machine. It had some bearing corrosion issues when it arrived, which I fixed. Canadian 575V motors were swapped out for new 240V motors. I had to modify the rear cover to fit the new spindle motor. The safety switch formerly on the side of the base was replaced by a Hoffman enclosure containing two VFDs. The machine is nice to run, though ergonomics are a bit strange to me. Nevertheless, the Deckel FP2NC is nicer to run. I also have an Aciera F2.
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  6. #46
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    After a few months of loitering I thought I better pipe up and add my 13 to the list.

    Bob.

    Brand of machine: Schaublin
    Series of machine: 13
    Year of machine: 1962
    Serial number of machine: Machne No. 537 BL No. 115401
    Measuring standard: metric
    Taper: ISO30
    Input voltage: 240 single phase to 240 three phase via TECO VFD
    Color of machine: Grey
    Condition of machine: Great
    Major acc's: Universal table, high speed head, sensitive drilling attachment for normal vertical head, simple dividing head with tailstock and support beam, OPL optical micrometers for X and Y axes.
    Primary use: hobbiest
    City, Country: Perth, Western Australia

    Comments: Formerly the property of the Aeronautical Research Laboratories
    which formed part of the Weapons Research Establishment located at Salisbury in South Australia.
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    this machine followed me home from Prototypers
    last week;
    Brand of machine Deckel,
    Series of machine: FP4 NC
    Size of machine: 4
    Year of machine: 86?
    Control model for NC Dialog 4
    Input voltage:380?
    Color of machine: green
    Condition of machine: looks ok to early to be sure
    Primary use: fun and work
    City, Country:powell river ,canada

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    Default Maho MH600

    Brand of machine: Maho
    Model: MH600
    Year of machine: Late 1962
    Serial number of machine: 11660
    Measuring standard: Imperial
    Taper: No. 40. Fitted with the Deckel style drawbar (tool holder has a male buttress thread)
    Style of machine: 2 dial machine. The feed dial controls a variable speed device that is driven by a 2 speed motor.
    Input voltage: 600, 3Ø
    Cabinet style: Electrics contained in a small cabinet on the LH side of the machine
    Color of machine: green
    Condition of machine: good
    Major acc's: Universal table (swivel/incline/tilt), vertical head, slotting head, over arm, rotary table, complete dividing head, punch milling attachment, accessory cabinet. Also came with a Burnerd 2 speed vise and hefty swivel/tilt vise.
    Primary use: hobbyist
    City, Country: Red Deer, Alberta, Canada
    Comments: This was formerly a government institution machine. I purchased this machine at a public auction. I felt fortunate to track down the manuals, product brochure and test cards from the previous user (the machine had been surplused nearly 4 years prior but had taken a while to get to the auction – the previous owners had not cleaned out that part of the file cabinet!).
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    Brand of machine: Aciera
    Series of machine: F4
    Size of machine: 16 x 7.5 x 18 (400 x 190 x 450 mm) travels
    Style of machine: universal
    Year of machine: 50s?
    Serial number of machine: k.A.
    Measuring standard: Metric
    Taper: vert:30/hor:40
    Input voltage: ~3/[email protected]
    Cabinet style: no cabinet
    Color of machine: original
    Condition of machine: good
    Major acc's: vertical head, horizontal overarm, 2x dividing engines + tailstock, misc tooling.
    Primary use: custom tooling and maintenance for woodworking machines, prototyping.
    City, Country: Roggwil, Switzerland
    Comments: I finally have my very own!

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    Default Thiel duplex 58

    Brand of machine. Thiel
    Series of machine: Duplex 58
    Style of machine: Vertical and horizontal
    Year of machine: 1932+
    Serial number of machine: not yet found
    Measuring standard: Imperial
    Taper: Thiels own
    Input voltage: converted to 240 volt but going back to 3 phase
    Color of machine: Was light green going to be blue
    Condition of machine: fair but in sate of reconditioning
    Major acc's: Thiel dividing head, swivel and tilt table
    Primary use: one off parts for motorsport
    City, Country: Chesterfield England
    Comments: Previously tool room mill at Markham works Chesterfield.

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    Default Abene VHF 3

    Brand of machine Abene
    Series of machine: VHF-3
    Size of machine: (3
    Style of machine: manual
    Year of machine: 1970
    Serial number of machine: (optional)
    Measuring standard: (imperial)
    Taper: (NMTB40)
    Control model for NC's: N/A
    Input voltage: (220, or 440 currently running on 220.)
    Cabinet style: (no cabinet)
    Color of machine: (grey)
    Condition of machine: (good)
    Major acc's: (trav-a-dials on X,Y, various after market accessories)
    Primary use: (hobbiest)

    Comments: 6 hp spindle, 2 hp ways, flat belt for ways, tripple belt for spindle
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    Last edited by bill noble; 11-02-2011 at 12:14 AM. Reason: add photo

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    Default Deckel FP4M

    Brand of machine Deckel
    Series of machine: FP
    Size of machine: 4
    Style of machine: 3 Dial two motor
    Year of machine: 1985
    Serial number of machine: 2109
    Measuring standard: (imperial-metric)
    Taper:ISO40
    Control model for NC's: none
    Input voltage: 220 Transformer 380 3ph
    Cabinet style: Small side ext cabinet
    Color of machine: green
    Condition of machine:great
    Major acc's: 3 Axis DRO VRZ773
    Primary use: prototyping
    City, Country: Maryland US
    Comments:

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadster View Post
    Brand of machine Deckel
    Series of machine: FP
    Size of machine: 4
    Style of machine: 3 Dial two motor
    Year of machine: 1985
    I'm pretty sure Deckel didn't make an FP4 in 1985. So either you got the year or the model wrong.

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    Default Adding an Abene to the list

    Brand of machine Abene
    Series of machine: VHF-2B
    Size of machine: 2 Hp spindle
    Style of machine:
    Year of machine: May, 1953
    Serial number of machine: 537
    Measuring standard: English
    Taper: NMTB40

    Input voltage:220/60
    Cabinet style:
    Color of machine: Original gray
    Condition of machine: good-great
    Major acc's: 1" arbor, rotary table, dividing head
    Primary use: General machining
    City, Country: Stockholm, Sweden
    Comments:

    Tom

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    Brand of machine Deckel
    Series of machine: FP-4NC
    Year of machine: 1986
    Control model for NC's: Siemens 3M
    Input voltage: 380
    Condition of machine: good
    Primary use: prototyping - production
    City, Country Lancaster PA
    2nd owner

    Brand of machine Deckel
    Series of machine: FP-7NC
    Year of machine: 1986
    Taper: 50
    Control model for NC's: Dialog 4
    Input voltage: 380
    Condition of machine: good
    Major acc's: Universal table w/C axis
    Primary use: prototyping - production
    City, Country: (Deckelville, Deckelland)
    Comments: 3rd owner - 1st owner was the applied Physics lab at Johns Hopkins Univ.

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    Default Old MAHO MH600

    Hello @ All,

    one more of the nice old MAHO MH600, first generation.

    Brand of machine: MAHO
    Series of machine: MH
    Size of machine: 600
    Style of machine: two dial
    Year of machine: maybe '60
    Serial number of machine: xxxxx
    Measuring standard: metric
    Taper: MT4
    Control model for NC's: no NC's, pure manual
    Input voltage: 3ph. 380V
    Cabinet style: no cabinet
    Color of machine: green
    Condition of machine: painting beat, mechanically fair
    Primary use: hobbiest
    City, Country: Heidelberg, Germany
    Comments: It's one of the old rare MH 600, maybe first generation of the MH600

    Andreas
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    Hello!
    Just bought this one:
    Brand of machine: MAHO
    Series of machine: MH
    Size of machine: 600
    Style of machine: two dial
    Year of machine: does somebody know?
    Serial number of machine: xxxxx
    Measuring standard: metric
    Taper: MT4
    Control model for NC's: no NC's, pure manual
    Input voltage: 3ph. 380V
    Color of machine: white and blue
    Condition of machine: painting beat, mechanically perfect
    Primary use: knifemaking
    City, Country: S J Rio Preto, Brazil
    Comments: Can someone say to me when aprox. this machine was made?






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    I just unloaded this from the delivery truck an hour or so ago and peeled off the shrink-wrap. Man, I just love the German mechanical aesthetic!

    Brand of machine: Deckel FP2LB
    Style of machine: Seriously cool
    Year of machine: Don't know yet
    Serial number of machine: 0513
    Measuring standard: Imperial
    Taper: ISA 40
    Control model for NC's: N/A
    Input voltage: 220/3ph, ~3HP
    Cabinet style: Electrical box? External
    Color of machine: grey/green original, paint worn on top of ram and heavy checking on the base, but otherwise very nice - wouldn't consider refinishing at this point.
    Condition of machine: nice original condition, .020 or less backlash, table shows a couple of operator errors, but most of the original scraping is present.
    Major acc's: Came with a variety of tool holders, arbors, misc.
    Primary use: Hobby, custom gunsmithing, prototyping some ideas which may have commercial applications.
    Comments: A little overwhelmed by this machine and could very much use any documentation available for operation, maintenance, parts, etc. I like the big, heavy, stationary table just 'cause, but also for mounting a rotary cross slide table, big B&S dividing head, etc. Pictures once I move some stuff and get it up and running in it's place of honor in front of a big window.

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    Default Schaublin #13 Mill

    Thought I would add a little gray to the green here

    Brand of machine: Schaublin
    Series of machine: #13
    Year of machine: 1950's ?
    Serial number of machine: Machine # 1053 BL # 144984
    Taper: No. 30
    Input voltage: 3 Phase 220
    Cabinet style: None / Cast Base
    Color of machine: grey - appears to be original paint
    Condition of machine: good
    Major acc's: Horizontal arbors & support
    Primary use: hobbiest
    City, Country: Wisconsin, USA
    Comments: Appears to have come out of Maryland, purchased in Wisconsin

    Would like to find the vintage optional accessories for this mill.

    Bernard
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    Brand of machine: Deckel
    Series of machine: FP
    Size of machine: 3NC
    Year of machine: 1984
    Serial number of machine: 2803-2276
    Measuring standard: metric and inch
    Taper: SK40-DIN 2080
    Control model for NC's: Dialog 4
    Input voltage: 380V
    Cabinet style: ext cabinet
    Color of machine: greenish gray, propably repainted
    Condition of machine: great
    Primary use: prototyping-production
    Country: Greece
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    Brand of machine: Deckel
    Series of machine: KF
    Size of machine: 12
    Year of machine: 1969
    Serial number of machine:-
    Measuring standard: metric
    Input voltage: 380V
    Cabinet style: int. cabinet
    Color of machine: dark green
    Condition of machine: very good
    Primary use: mold/prototyping
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    And two east! german milling machines that can't tell if they really belong in this group....

    Brand of machine: WMW-RUHLA
    Series of machine: FUW
    Size of machine: 315/III
    Year of machine: 1981
    Measuring standard: metric
    Taper: SK40
    Input voltage: 380V
    Cabinet style: (ext cabinet originally), internal builted
    Color of machine: Beige
    Condition of machine: good
    Primary use: prototyping-production
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    Brand of machine: WMW-HECKERT
    Series of machine: FU
    Size of machine: 400 2/II
    Year of machine: 1980
    Measuring standard: metric
    Taper: SK40
    Input voltage: 380V
    Cabinet style: (ext cabinet originally), internal builted
    Color of machine: White
    Condition of machine: very good
    Primary use:production
    d2.jpg


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