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    Quote Originally Posted by dalmatiangirl61 View Post
    Looks like a steel of a deal at only 34K
    Massive Lathe - heavy equipment - by owner - sale
    I used to live right next door to that city, it is a pretty dry climate. I bet it took a while to get that rusty, it would probably need a major rebuild if it isn't too far gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalmatiangirl61 View Post
    Looks like a steel of a deal at only 34K
    Massive Lathe - heavy equipment - by owner - sale
    I would love to have that machine. Kinda tempted to lowball the shit out of them and see what they say, but then I don't want to drive 2000 miles.

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    Dayton Generator

    "Worked when lasted used. cord incl.".....

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    Actually - that may really be a gen.
    Apparently it is belt driven.
    I see something like a gauge or ??? on the side there - no?
    Also - with a rating of watts included on the nameplate ...

    Chord used to plug into a normal outlet.

    ???


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    Quote Originally Posted by rustytool View Post
    Wow.. you weren't kidding about those folks.

    "lots of them all"... I like that.

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    Why get a job at the McDonalds drive thru when you "won the lottery" by stealing some old taps and dies ?
    That's even if McDonalds would hire you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Actually, that (control) is worth close to that........it looks new. A bit on the high side, yes.

    A new Centroid retrofit with servos and drives runs about $30K, FYI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garwood View Post
    I would love to have that machine. Kinda tempted to lowball the shit out of them and see what they say, but then I don't want to drive 2000 miles.

    That one may not quite count, but the big/long ones can fetch some real $.

    I watched a totally clapped out American (?) sell at the Weirton Steel Mill auction.
    It had maybe 32" or 34" swing and maybe 20' or so (closer to 30' maybe?) between centers.
    It had several steady's as well.
    But the bed was GONE!
    Like there must have been 1/8" missing - GONE!

    I don't remember exactly what it brought anymore, but I am sure that it was at least $30K before BP.
    However - I am thinking that it could have been in the 50's tho?

    Suffice to say that I was beside myself!

    I was there to see about a "Bigger" Bertha - which was a Large and Shapely Profiturn 50 (40?) with 40" swing and maybe 16' bed?
    (it could have been 20' centers, but it was noteably shorter than the American regardless)
    That one still had the old NC control on it yet, but was in a LOT better condition than that werkhorse American!
    I think that one brought at least $90K before BP and it still needed retrofit yet!


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    Some good looking tooling here.

    Cat 40 tool holders - tools - by owner - sale

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    I don't understand why these guys multiply the value of their old crap by 10X or 20X (or more). I threw out about 300 pounds of NMTB50 tooling, much of which was in better shape than that stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfriedberg View Post
    I don't understand why these guys multiply the value of their old crap by 10X or 20X (or more). I threw out about 300 pounds of NMTB50 tooling, much of which was in better shape than that stuff.
    Dang!
    When?
    I have a friend that just bought a horizontal manual mill and is looking for NMTB50.

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    Six/seven years ago. It all came with my new/old Van Norman. I tarped a rack of it outside for a couple of Oregon winters, which did not do it any good at all. (No, not everything was kept outdoors, and not everything outdoors was ruined.)

    Despite the changes in the marketplace over the last 10 years, you can still find lots of used NMTB tooling on eBay.

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    Band Saw - tools - by owner - sale

    Must have worked in maintenance…..

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Band Saw - tools - by owner - sale

    Must have worked in maintenance…..
    This one too !
    Shop Built Milling Machine - tools - by owner - sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustytool View Post
    I'll wager it's for sale, when the builder found out a boring bar can't "Mill".....

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Band Saw - tools - by owner - sale

    Must have worked in maintenance…..
    Does the structure of it double as the coolant reservoir?

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Band Saw - tools - by owner - sale

    Must have worked in maintenance…..
    That pic needs to be saved for posterity.

    00x0x_4oeyklptlk_0ci0t2_600x450.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustytool View Post
    Moore Jig Borer look out!?!!



    Those bottom “supports” look like a flexure


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