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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    My dad had a drill press frame that took a drill like that.
    It wasn't a bad lookin' item really.
    Not sure if that was a Craftsman or not?
    I don't think that I ever used it, but maybe?
    I have one of those drills/press, I would be scared to use it as a drill because it could twist my arms right off, I use it for hole saw work exclusively, 6" hole saw will not bog it.

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    Yeah, those are beasts aint they? !


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    I am Ox and I approve this h'yah post!

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    Fire sale on a drill press:

    drillpressfiresale.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveM View Post
    Fire sale on a drill press:

    drillpressfiresale.jpg

    Steve

    Hey, that's a grill with a half horse rotisserie. Adjustable shelf for condiments and utensils. What more could you want?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mllud22 View Post
    The recycler may reject that vice.

    Here is a compact 10ee. No trailer or rigger needed. Price is what's funny.

    Must qualify as steampunk.

    https://www.ebay.com/i/324181092691?...c4ed71055598e7

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    I sold my 3-piece collection of DuoLathe, MonoLathe and ManSon in pretty nice condition, but no wood box of tooling, for several thousand. Buyer seemed happy. The DuoLathe was the most expensive when new, and rare with both the compound and the T-rest still present. The MonoLathe is the rarest model, and Tony used my pictures for his description.

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    Those aluminum die castings would be very expensive to tool and the bed is cast iron. Lots of fiddly bits and complex motor drive and little parts, so very expensive to make a reproduction. But a person has thought of a way to make a replacement crank handle for only $35 shipped. The original cranks are often broken.

    MANSON DUO DUOLATHE MASTER MASTERSON WATCH WATCHMAKER LATHE CROSS SLIDE HANDLE | eBay

    Larry

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    Quote Originally Posted by L Vanice View Post
    I sold my 3-piece collection of DuoLathe, MonoLathe and ManSon in pretty nice condition, but no wood box of tooling, for several thousand. Buyer seemed happy. The DuoLathe was the most expensive when new, and rare with both the compound and the T-rest still present. The MonoLathe is the rarest model, and Tony used my pictures for his description.

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    Those aluminum die castings would be very expensive to tool and the bed is cast iron. Lots of fiddly bits and complex motor drive and little parts, so very expensive to make a reproduction. But a person has thought of a way to make a replacement crank handle for only $35 shipped. The original cranks are often broken.

    MANSON DUO DUOLATHE MASTER MASTERSON WATCH WATCHMAKER LATHE CROSS SLIDE HANDLE | eBay

    Larry
    Now those are lathes that could be printed.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Now those are lathes that could be printed.....

    And still be working lathes?

    -Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalCarnage View Post
    And still be working lathes?

    -Ron
    If you look closely, the replacement handle has layer lines. Looks to me like they either used a 3D printed pattern or used the lost-PLA method to casting. The 3D print was not very smooth, thus layer lines transferred to the casting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalCarnage View Post
    And still be working lathes?

    -Ron
    Bolt on teeny tiny linear ways....steal them from an inkjet printer.....

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    Woodworking mallet - tools - by owner - sale

    Wood appears to be tulip popular.....

    Are the rubber mallets made from tires ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by L Vanice View Post
    I sold my 3-piece collection of DuoLathe, MonoLathe and ManSon in pretty nice condition, but no wood box of tooling, for several thousand. Buyer seemed happy. The DuoLathe was the most expensive when new, and rare with both the compound and the T-rest still present. The MonoLathe is the rarest model, and Tony used my pictures for his description.

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    Those aluminum die castings would be very expensive to tool and the bed is cast iron. Lots of fiddly bits and complex motor drive and little parts, so very expensive to make a reproduction. But a person has thought of a way to make a replacement crank handle for only $35 shipped. The original cranks are often broken.

    MANSON DUO DUOLATHE MASTER MASTERSON WATCH WATCHMAKER LATHE CROSS SLIDE HANDLE | eBay

    Larry
    Dirt-simple to turn balanced handles on the lathe from solid stock, though.

    The one shown is 4 pieces max, three if ya cheat such that there are only three holes to drill, two of them to be tapped. Or just the one, and locktite a taper on the other.

    Tiny handles in light-metal break too easily, regardless.

    Stainless - or Nickel-Aluminium Bronze - would be much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post

    For that price there ought to be drugs hidden in the frame.

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    If it had the Mr potato head stuff with it, I'd be all over it.



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    You guys realize that '12345' is a way of taking offers/being nebulous about price right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikebuilder View Post
    You guys realize that '12345' is a way of taking offers/being nebulous about price right?
    Yes, but inside the body of the text should be a price eh ?

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    Shaper - tools - by owner - sale

    Must have spent some time doing anchor duty in lake Erie....

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    Professional Machinist Vise or Project Workstation - tools - by...

    "Professional Machinist Vice".....Huh ?

    Looks like a methhead stole it from a HS chem lab.


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