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    It is a C & C Machine.
    See the red machine..
    see the red handles..
    see the red wires...

    So completely above board, see the board.

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    Atlas lathes and shaper and all tools - tools - by owner - sale

    Atlas all the way baby... will not break up.....I'm sure they will break up nicely at the Yard....

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    craigslist-funny.jpg

    I had to screen shot this one many years ago. I still read it when I need a laugh. There may have been some alcohol inspiration in the writing of it....

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    What?.. another missing parts lathe in the Detroit area...
    Lathe - business/commercial - by owner - sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by michiganbuck View Post
    What?.. another missing parts lathe in the Detroit area...
    Lathe - business/commercial - by owner - sale

    I prolly should buy sumpthing like this as the most use that we get out of our Monarch is chamfering parts by hand, which this would doo just fine...

    But I couldn't have anything like that in my shop.
    A clapped out pre-war LeBlond is better to have than a brand new POS from some far corner of the world that I wouldn't have any desire to go to in the best of conditions.


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    Had a few too many?

    Does he think he'll actually get that?

    Trudex / Okuma #A118-8411 CNC Lathe Tool Block - tools - by owner -...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    I prolly should buy sumpthing like this as the most use that we get out of our Monarch is chamfering parts by hand, which this would doo just fine...

    But I couldn't have anything like that in my shop.
    A clapped out pre-war LeBlond is better to have than a brand new POS from some far corner of the world that I wouldn't have any desire to go to in the best of conditions.


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    A simple (and cheap) W&S turret lathe (maybe just a #2) would doo everything,
    and have stops already in place to quickly adjust.
    Setting chamfer depth and such, buy a dedicated wrench(s) and speed handle
    and keep them on the machine.

    I have seen #2 (and #3) lathes, with scroll type 3-jaw chucks on them, find them in the
    back of weld shops making simple pins and stuff (onesee twosee's)

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    I actually have (what appears to be) a really nice #3 setting on skid in the barn at home.
    No place to put it here.
    I've never ran it.

    However - with chamfering parts, it's a reach issue, and the #3 is going to be more reach than _ say _ this POS posted here would be.

    When I say chamfering parts, I mean that we put a multi-flute countersink in the spindle and run at ??? 400 ??? rpm and back chamfer the cut-off bore of production parts.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    I actually have (what appears to be) a really nice #3 setting on skid in the barn at home.
    No place to put it here.
    I've never ran it.

    However - with chamfering parts, it's a reach issue, and the #3 is going to be more reach than _ say _ this POS posted here would be.

    When I say chamfering parts, I mean that we put a multi-flute countersink in the spindle and run at ??? 400 ??? rpm and back chamfer the cut-off bore of production parts.



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    Well, I used to chamfer allot of stud stock, we never shut off the spindle.
    collet closer don't care running or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    I actually have (what appears to be) a really nice #3 setting on skid in the barn at home.
    No place to put it here.
    I've never ran it.

    However - with chamfering parts, it's a reach issue, and the #3 is going to be more reach than _ say _ this POS posted here would be.

    When I say chamfering parts, I mean that we put a multi-flute countersink in the spindle and run at ??? 400 ??? rpm and back chamfer the cut-off bore of production parts.



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    Isn't that kind of a fancy cordless drill at that point?

    That's what we use..................but we're not doing thousands of parts either.


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