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    Good grief. He put that giant hunk of mill there and someone STILL managed to clip the mailbox.

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    The real dreamers have gone over to facebook marketplace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mebfab View Post
    The real dreamers have gone over to facebook marketplace.
    YES !
    I was complaining about all the spammng and crap-ola on the local craigslist, and was told to head over to farcebook.
    Signing on, it was described as "spam free" and we remove all spam, we are tough on advertiziers…..

    Uhm yeah.

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    From FB marketplace, I'd say its worth maybe $500 if he can load it onto a customers trailer, but if you've got a nice 4x4 truck he is willing to trade
    Facebook Marketplace: Trade milling machine for a nice 4 wheel drive pickup - Tools - Golden Valley, Arizona

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    I've got a 4 wheel drive I'd trade him. It last ran about the same time the mill did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalmatiangirl61 View Post
    From FB marketplace, I'd say its worth maybe $500 if he can load it onto a customers trailer, but if you've got a nice 4x4 truck he is willing to trade
    Facebook Marketplace: Trade milling machine for a nice 4 wheel drive pickup - Tools - Golden Valley, Arizona

    If you add a nice 5th wheel camper he will include the trailer it is sitting on so you can haul it off. I have been seeing that one for awhile too.

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    but one could melt down that mill and cast 9oz antiqie plumb bobs and with selling all walk away with about $117,000.
    https://www.ebay.com/i/174190707649?...ec0522544c4a52

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    Prolight CNC Mill - tools - by owner - sale

    Well, it's got the word "Pro" on it.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael.kitko View Post
    I'm sorry, this isn't a CL item, but I actually fell out of my seat laughing when I saw the price of this one and just had to share it. This must be made out of gold or something...
    The trick is finding someone who owns a "Walker Turner Delta Rockwell Atlas Craftsman" drill press.

    I'm occasionally surprised (well maybe not) at people that have no idea what they are selling, but they are sure it's worth top dollar.

    One guy on ebay has such a cryptic (read uninformed) description that I'm tempted to write him and say "What exactly is that?".

    Steve

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    Here's one:

    "Accu-Tapper — Tapping & Deburring Machine - LSMW -Works good but cord could use a little love."

    Nice picture:
    s-l1600.jpg

    Looks like he took the pic he accidentally shot when the camera was pointing at the pavement.

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    Facebook dreamer of the day
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    24 new ones, 13 resharpened ones, and 21 cutting ones. What the hell does that mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Dickman View Post
    24 new ones, 13 resharpened ones, and 21 cutting ones. What the hell does that mean?
    He's an idiot.

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    Does anyone still use those type anymore?

    I still use HSS sometimes in the Automatics, but not brazed carbide.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    Does anyone still use those type anymore?

    I still use HSS sometimes in the Automatics, but not brazed carbide.


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    The only brazed carbide that I don't toss in the scrap bin are pieces ground into long skinny slivers for re-cutting centers. Those are real handy to have. Brazed carbide works great for that. Can't think of any other good use for it.

    I have some WWII surplus 1" square Stellite bits and I have run them in my CNC lathes in steel. The stuff worked surprisingly good. It's tougher than Cobalt HSS. Ground a threading tool from it once and also did a large radius form tool because I couldn't get the lathe to run the code I sent it. I also ground one into a flat to push against the stock and roll a thin lip over.

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    3 cyl Ford diesel FRESH motor - heavy equipment - by owner - sale

    Doesn't look :
    1. "Fresh"
    2. "3 cylinder"

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    I need a 4 cyl diesel motor for my 5500 Ford backhoe. Buy or possibly trade.
    If he could just find one more cylinder he'd be all set. Anybody help him?

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    Makes me proud that I did NOT learn that new math!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garwood View Post
    I have some WWII surplus 1" square Stellite bits and I have run them in my CNC lathes in steel. The stuff worked surprisingly good. It's tougher than Cobalt HSS. Ground a threading tool from it once and also did a large radius form tool because I couldn't get the lathe to run the code I sent it. I also ground one into a flat to push against the stock and roll a thin lip over.
    Good choice for a "pusher" as Stellite seems to be "slipperier" that HSS, less likely to gall, too.

    That can also be VERY righteous for straight-in threading, the Old Skewl way (no compound on the lathe, so no choice) .. OR for CNC.

    VR/Wesson => Tantung is the present-day go-to for the cutters.

    Note in the Tantung video that even a tool with a plain shape and flat top run hard, fast, deep, and DRY did not suffer the common build-up of the metal being turned right back of the edge:

    Tantung Cutting Tools

    Kennametal owns the "Stellite" name, these days, does hardfacing and other stuff with it, too:

    Stellite Alloys

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    Guy does not even mention the rubberized motor mount for the tractor engine. does it come with that mount?


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