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    Default Here is a quick showcase of the Heavy Duty Lathe - CW61100B



    If you like what you're seeing please consider subscribing to our Channel as we do a lot of these videos, guides, and reviews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan Canada View Post

    If you like what you're seeing please consider subscribing to our Channel as we do a lot of SPAM.
    Fixed that for ya.

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    Here is the CNC Johnford ST-70D CNC Lathe from another shop.


    Specifications
    - 2011 Johnford ST-70D CNC Turning center
    - In-Service from 2014
    - 11750 power on hours
    - 7450 Run hours
    - 18"x7.25" Schunk air chuck
    - 7.25" Thru bore
    - 12 position turret
    - 35"x50" turning capacity
    - 230V 3 Phase
    - 1000 RPM spindle
    - Machine weight 13500 kg
    - Chip conveyor
    - Programmable tailstock

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    Talk about abuse of the system!!! Stan only knows one thing. SPAM!!! Is he paying for ANY of this?

    The pity is, if we cannot get rid of Donie how do we rid ourselves of Stan and what comes next?

    Ed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan Canada View Post



    Here is the CNC Johnford ST-70D CNC Lathe from another shop.


    Specifications
    - 2011 Johnford ST-70D CNC Turning center
    - In-Service from 2014
    - 11750 power on hours
    - 7450 Run hours
    - 18"x7.25" Schunk air chuck
    - 7.25" Thru bore
    - 12 position turret
    - 35"x50" turning capacity
    - 230V 3 Phase
    - 1000 RPM spindle
    - Machine weight 13500 kg
    - Chip conveyor
    - Programmable tailstock
    ...and your trying to sell it here...in the general section....Cripes.

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    Stan, I for one-like the Video's-I may not ever buy a machine from you, but I applaud the effort you put into the video's.

    I kinda understand, why someone others may think you are making a sales pitch, but so what. All of us Business owners are salesman at some point.

    Just that you have the desire to push a little more-good for you-I wish more of the machinery sellers would post in-depth videos of the machines they sell.

    Keep at it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve's Hobby View Post
    Stan, I for one-like the Video's-I may not ever buy a machine from you, but I applaud the effort you put into the video's.

    I kinda understand, why someone others may think you are making a sales pitch, but so what. All of us Business owners are salesman at some point.

    Just that you have the desire to push a little more-good for you-I wish more of the machinery sellers would post in-depth videos of the machines they sell.

    Keep at it...
    Thank you Steve, Im really not trying to be salesy on this thread because I just want to share some of our videos made in the shop and some of the videos are actually already sold so m real intent is to really just share a good content at least. Thank you, I don't know why its getting a lot of hate instead of empathy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve's Hobby View Post
    Stan, I for one-like the Video's-I may not ever buy a machine from you, but I applaud the effort you put into the video's.

    I kinda understand, why someone others may think you are making a sales pitch, but so what. All of us Business owners are salesman at some point.

    Just that you have the desire to push a little more-good for you-I wish more of the machinery sellers would post in-depth videos of the machines they sell.

    Keep at it...
    And its all good, I have already blocked these users so that I don't see toxicity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan Canada View Post
    And its all good, I have already blocked these users so that I don't see toxicity.
    You really, really should look....go ahead, take a peek....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan Canada View Post
    And its all good, I have already blocked these users so that I don't see toxicity.
    In the Good Ole "Toxic" Days you wouldn't have survived long enough to be offended.

    Don't let the door hit ya where the Good Lord split ya................

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    We have done a Manual Lathe Bedways Regrinding as part of our Lathe Complete Rebuilding Series.


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    How to know your machine Voltage Requirements (without the tag)
    This "guide/how-to" talks about options on how to determine your equipment or machine voltage requirements. It shows the technique and guides inside the machine's electrical box to specifically know the type and alternative voltage you have in the machine. Knowing this type of information can be essential to your safety when running a machine beforehand.

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    This is our STANKO ZM50, which comes in different sizes. This video talks about basic components and features as well as a guide on how to operate the lathe.

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    Here's a question ?
    Which one is "Stain" ?
    The Kings - This Beat Goes On/Switchin' to Glide - YouTube

    "On, and on, and on, and on...."

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    How To Fix Lathe Backlash... Crosslide Nut Replacement

    This video shows how our guy Mike repaired our lathes with its backlash. He did it by replacing cross slide nut and total cleaning of the cross slide and taper attachment.


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