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    Default Bullard 42" VTL

    I have a 42" spiral drive Bullard for sale. Very little use 440 3 phase runs fine. $1000.00 and you have to move it. Machine weighs 25,000 lbs. Has a centrally located lifting eye, located in Delaware you can email for more info [email protected]
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    Nice old VTL. But I really like the Dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GWIZ View Post
    Nice old VTL. But I really like the Dog.
    I still have the VTL but we had to put the white ghost to sleep

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    Sorry to hear that. Good luck with the VTL they are tanks and seem to last forever.

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    wish I was closer, I'd be right over. nice machine and I could really use one. good luck.

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    Wow, I wish I were ready for this.

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    questions via email sent..

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    Quote Originally Posted by alcosteam View Post
    questions via email sent..
    NO...it will NOT float....

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    Is this still available or long gone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Way Out Mfg View Post
    Is this still available or long gone?
    The OP hasn't posted for half a year or so. But in this thread he left his email and phone, probably best to reach out to him.

    Van Norman 22L

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    Its sad when all the vtl will bring is 1k that's only one good job...Phil

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    The problem is the square footage it takes up. Its tough to pencil out today's building values when you are installing a 80 year old machine. If you have lots of VTL work, you need a newer one than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbent View Post
    The problem is the square footage it takes up. Its tough to pencil out today's building values when you are installing a 80 year old machine. If you have lots of VTL work, you need a newer one than that.
    A little CNC mill or lathe is hard not to make money with. Big old manual stuff is the opposite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garwood View Post
    A little CNC mill or lathe is hard not to make money with. Big old manual stuff is the opposite.
    It is hard work, I used to run a very similar King brand machine, and there's a reason why the levers are long, and you keep a 4' step ladder next to the machine.

    Then I moved up to a 56" dynatrol .... I could pull up a chair and run it.
    Simply pushing buttons on the pendant.


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