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    Four position turret drill head, presumably only one driven at a time. Chicago Quadrill Company, Model D (or maybe Model O). And, yeah, the asking price is at least 10x too high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riggerson View Post
    It's a typo. It's not a milling vise, it's a milled vice.

    Pictures for posterity.



    Sent from my Nokia 7.1 using Tapatalk

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    It looks like it has a mustache, I like it!

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    Never mind actually using that thing MYself, if I saw some guy using it, I think it would cause me some major sympathetic embarrassment.






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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasAggie View Post

    What's wrong with that? Looks like a good deal to me. Clean.

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    It is unique I’ll give ya that

    Sellers a character no doubt

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    This one made even me laugh
    6" Craftsman Metal Lathe - tools - by owner - sale

    $300, some surface rust
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    and another one
    Metal lathe - tools - by owner - sale

    "make an offer"
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    $300 seems fair...Oh wait, He pays me to take them right?

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    That atlas would look great on the table of a K&T just down wind of a rapidly approaching slab mill just to see what happens and how quick. The second one would be handy, with a noose of chain around it, the loose end fixed around an old corner brace post ,as a weight to counteract said post from popping out overtime in the Blackland soil. Or to hold down the tin cover on the well head to keep a possum from tumbling in. Also that battery in the pic, is that included. Need to know before an offer is thunk up

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    ACME Gridley Screw Machine - 1 1/4" RA-6 | eBay






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    Seller says "Good machine, I just don't have room for it". That thing looks like it was in a fire, mostly dismantled, then pushed out of the shop with a bulldozer to spend a couple of years outside near a slag heap. I will say that some few pieces don't look torched, corroded and worn out. But overall impression is that thing is long overdue for the scrap haulers, or at best a very, very selective parts salvage source. Asking $4500. <snicker> Yes, that's funny.

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    My guess is not that it was "in" a fire, but rather that it was "on" fire.
    All signs of fire are above the base.

    Sorta looks like it could have been a bearing in the gear-case that got hot and started it.
    Otherwise - I wouldn't have expected the inside of the gear-case to be burnt if it was a tooling fire.
    Just depends on how long it was left to burn before someone found it.

    Many'a screw machine shops have burnt down in the old days of wood buildings.

    Concrete and steel are a God's send from oil slinger shops!


    That looks like it might be an old Cone multi-spindle behind and to the left of it.


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    Aw, come on ... just needs a paint job!

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    Fujioka Seiko Model Fuseco Layout Machine, with Sony 3-Axis Digital Positioning Readout, (Not in

    Interesting device, much like a precision measuring device.
    Likely I could have it if somebody wanted it. It looks like it is about 8 feet tall

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    ACME Gridley Screw Machine - 1 1/4" RA-6 | eBay






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    Doesn't look any worse than the National Acme building in Cleveland (from whence it came)....
    302 Moved

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Doesn't look any worse than the National Acme building in Cleveland....
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    Should have, could have put fresh paint on her skin and then doubled the asking price.

    Likely that nameplate alone would fetch $20.

    When Hogs can fly we will wish we had bought it.

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    Yeah, I wish now that I would have saved the nameplates of the ones that I have scrapped over the years.
    It's not many, but there's been a few.
    Most of them had older model names too.
    R's in stead of RA's, and some odd sizes like 7/8 and 1-3/8 come to mind.


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