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    Quote Originally Posted by Conrad Hoffman View Post
    Be sure to take a magnet and go through them. If non-magnetic they're likely a cast alloy like Stellite, Black Alloy or Tantung G and are worth a bit more. Few commercial shops use HSS anymore but hobbyists will use 3/8" and 1/2" square tools.
    Good to know. thanks. If anyone has specifics that they are looking for PM me

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    Can't speak for "others" but cleaning up "crappy geometry" on surplus REX, MoMax, Vascojet and so foth before you can put them to work is more trouble than it's worth, even on rare occassion!

    Un-abused NOS HSS blanks however are very useful if only as drawrer ballast and only if they can be acquired at a cost less than retail (including shipping) Especially in sizes and cross sections that are less common and less in demand by the weekend warriors.

    And obviously the very nature of surplus makes surplus un-attracitive for production for other than emergencies.

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    Mark P, sir
    I recently ( last year ) bought 150 lbs of exactly that type of "mixed bits" for 100.00. I use mostly HSS in my shop and I have the tools to grind what I want/need for jobs so those bits would have value to some one like me.. ( I'm good probably for the next ten years with what I have)
    Fair price would be in the neighborhood of 50 cents a pound plus shipping plus what ever you would charge to pack it up.. ( USP flat rate boxes are good for fixing the shipping cost )
    Hope this helps and good luck selling them. ( sincerely, not sarcastically )
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    Calvin

    I'm the same way with 3" and larger NOS HSS Shell and snd slab mills. I'll buy if I can fang a dozen or so of a specific size in good shape

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclotronguy View Post
    Calvin

    I'm the same way with 3" and larger NOS HSS Shell and snd slab mills. I'll buy if I can fang a dozen or so of a specific size in good shape


    looks like 2" in this box. 1 or 2 bigger, not a bunch
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    Quote Originally Posted by dalmatiangirl61 View Post
    What sizes do you have? I could use some more to add to my selection, how much per pound?
    All different sizes. 3/16 up t0 3/4. Some cutoff blades in there too

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    I'd probably be in for a small flat rate box like Rob and Cole described.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenton View Post
    I'd probably be in for a small flat rate box like Rob and Cole described.
    Me too, thanks...

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    I'll have to check out these flat rate boxes. The ones I've gotten, I could probably fit my whole stock in one?? 3 of the 1/2 x 1/2 Mo Max bits weighs a pound


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