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    Default WTB Sanford Sg48

    Hi everyone

    I am new to the forum. I am based in Northampton in England and have a small (very small) workshop containing a Myford super 7, Dore Westbury Mill and othe workshop accessories, and I am looking for a Small workbench surface grinder - of which the Sanford SG48 appears to be the best fit.

    I am happy to pay for shipping for international seller.

    Thank you for you help

    Steve

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    Wellcom to the group sorry I cannot help with your search I’m sure if it’s to be found it’s on this group


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    Have you checked wit G & M tools ? G&M Tools - Huge stock of used lathes and machine tools for engineers and cabinet makers shipped worldwide

    That's the sort of thing they might have. Don't go by there web sight, call or visit.

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    Nice Site!

    Thank you for the info

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    Although I am a big fan of the Sanfords, there are several small British grinders that may be easier to buy. The Herbert Junior, the Eagle and the Superior are very nice machines with small footprints. There is also the Macson, from Australia.

    Dennis

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    Thank you, I'll take a look.

    I think I took a look at the Superior a few months back but the pedestal was a problem. Ideally looking for a bench top model of some description - although I may have to rethink the shop layout if I cant find one

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    I might have a lead on one in the states. I'll see if I can get a few pictures of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unclemoak View Post
    I might have a lead on one in the states. I'll see if I can get a few pictures of it.

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    Do you think that lead still good?


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