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    Did those really have a 75 horse motor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Dickman View Post
    quoted me $15.20

    forget it then
    I got $10.10, must be tied to your region. With transport costs that low, it's tempting.

    If that machine's four-jaw has a 13" thru capacity, it's probably over 500lbs right there. I'm not sure the whole machine will fit into the mailman's delivery pouch...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasAggie View Post
    Did those really have a 75 horse motor?
    Yes, read JrIowa's write up on rebuilding one (I found it for him)
    IIRC they replaced the 75 hp d.c. drive with a 150 hp A.C. motor

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Yes, read JrIowa's write up on rebuilding one (I found it for him)
    IIRC they replaced the 75 hp d.c. drive with a 150 hp A.C. motor
    I’ll be damn. Impressive

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasAggie View Post
    While I agree. I have no idea what BS 2D is, messed with solid works some but that’s it. Admittedly. Old man was a machinist at Lockheed Martin and when he kicked the bucket I took off with what he had in the farm “shop”. Lots of big ass machines, scalped at company auctions. Some has been donated but it all makes money. I think a niche is more valuable than quantity but could be wrong. Lord knows it wouldn’t be the first time. As said repair work is enjoyable. Especially when you hit it off with customer After getting them out of a pinch and end up being good friends.
    2D= Two dimensional. Meaning you make about 4 mouse clicks to draw a couple lines and you're done.

    I think we're still seeing CNC from different perspectives. You have said the quantity thing again and that is closed minded. One, just one part, not two, or 100,000. Just one is faster to do on a CNC mill with tools ready to go and coolant tank full. Just drilling one hole can be faster.

    Excellent quality 15+ year old CNC mills and lathes are vastly lower cost than you probably think.

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    Well, I for one will use a CNC lathe to thread just one part.
    THAT opp is a night and day difference!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    Well, I for one will use a CNC lathe to thread just one part.
    THAT opp is a night and day difference!


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    You need that SC-32......

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    ???


    I have 2 that are bigger than that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    ???


    I have 2 that are bigger than that.


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    I have not kept up with the inventory in your stable sir.

    However, the flatbed one you have, is it as heavy ?
    Those SC's were made to peel off material.

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    Well, they were both here when you was here.

    This is Big Bertha, with a 32" chuck.
    I'm sure that you've seen her before.




    And this is Little Belle'.
    They are both 40" swing Large and Shapley's.
    Belle' has a 15" chuck as she is a shaft machine, where Bertha is a chucker.
    And when you get to 15" swing and beyond, you will understand why 2 separate machines.

    (And no, I did not name either one of these heifers. They came in already named)




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    Quote Originally Posted by L Vanice View Post
    Someone has done an unusual (not blue or gray) paint job on a Hardinge HC chucker. He says he runs the three phase machine with a variable feed drive. That would be a variation on the VFD theme.

    Hardinge lathe - tools - by owner - sale

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    Larry,

    Looks like Walt Disney threw up on that lathe.

    Ron

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    Garwood Yeah I figured the 2D part out. Thought maybe BS2D was some name of a program or something. See now you meant BULLShit 2D. My mind didn’t interpret it that way. One off could be quicker on a CNC I suppose. I my case I doubt it for the kind of stuff I do. Though like OX said bet threading is superior on CNC. Nothing against CNC was just defending the competitiveness of manual machines in my market area. North of 500k/yr with sub 1958 machines would not be considered hobby grade biz, I assume. Hell just used a 24” Cincinnati shaper for a job last night. Perhaps I should get a CNC to mess with I wouldn’t be surprised if it helped out, just well... never got to excited about it. Also don’t have room. Maybe I could tarp some of this old shit and put it on Craigslist! Full circle back on topic! Not to get to tangential but what would be a good CNC mill for a start

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasAggie View Post
    "Light Pattern"

    Naturally this presupposes also a Heavy Pattern 36


    They put that on the 30 when they raised it to 36 - from way back. Such things appear in the 1916 catalog

    Here is the heavy, though not yet so named - 3000 more Lbs for the same length - thanks to Mike C for this 1916 scan

    l-spg56.jpg

    And the 30 before it gave birth to the "light" 36

    l-spg52.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnoder View Post
    "Light Pattern"

    Naturally this presupposes also a Heavy Pattern 36


    They put that on the 30 when they raised it to 36 - from way back. Such things appear in the 1916 catalog

    Guy has been trying to get rid of it on and off for at least 3 years. Remember seeing it and same pics of Craigslist in I think 2017

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    Well, they were both here when you was here.

    This is Big Bertha, with a 32" chuck.
    I'm sure that you've seen her before.




    And this is Little Belle'.
    They are both 40" swing Large and Shapley's.
    Belle' has a 15" chuck as she is a shaft machine, where Bertha is a chucker.
    And when you get to 15" swing and beyond, you will understand why 2 separate machines.

    (And no, I did not name either one of these heifers. They came in already named)




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    Yes, I recall them and they have their place.
    I think the SC-32 is more heavy and shorter.

    What is the HP on the spindle drive ?
    I was in a shop with some SC-27's and the turret index is very slow, but it
    is very large and heavy. I recall talking to the older programmer, he was programing a new, lightweight lathe, and said "oops, I called for a boring
    bar to remove 3/4" on a side, thought I was programming the SC-27"
    Which is not a heavy cut at all for them.

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    50 horse, 3 spd gearbox


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    Quote Originally Posted by L Vanice View Post
    Someone has done an unusual (not blue or gray) paint job on a Hardinge HC chucker. He says he runs the three phase machine with a variable feed drive. That would be a variation on the VFD theme.

    Hardinge lathe - tools - by owner - sale

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    Whoa!
    I’m going blind from looking at it!
    That air collet closer is surprisingly far back from the spindle!

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    Wellco Military Combat Boot - tools - by owner - sale
    Somewhere a size is listed in all that ???


    From the lsiting:
    Wellco Military Combat Boot - $40 (VESTAL)
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    The Wellco S161 Sage Green Hot Weather Steel Toe Boot was designed for military duty in hot weather environments. It features the Vibram 1276 lugged sole for maximum traction on wet and slippery surfaces. The S161 features a steel toe making is a perfect duty boot in hazardous work environments. The Wellco S161 is USAF Airman Battle Uniform approved and proudly made in the USA.
    Features
    Sage Green Full grain cowhide leather & 100% Nylon Cordura
    Height: 8" (Standard Military Height)
    - Weight: 27.20 oz
    - Midsole: TUFFKushion
    - Outsole: Vibram 1276
    - Composite Toe Meets ASTM F2412-05 & F2413-05 Standards
    This particular model is discontinued but sold for $150. I wore them a handful of times around the yard. Great condition"

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    Just the one boot?


    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Wellco Military Combat Boot - tools - by owner - sale
    Somewhere a size is listed in all that ???


    From the lsiting:
    Wellco Military Combat Boot - $40 (VESTAL)
    © craigslist - Map data © OpenStreetMap
    The Wellco S161 Sage Green Hot Weather Steel Toe Boot was designed for military duty in hot weather environments. It features the Vibram 1276 lugged sole for maximum traction on wet and slippery surfaces. The S161 features a steel toe making is a perfect duty boot in hazardous work environments. The Wellco S161 is USAF Airman Battle Uniform approved and proudly made in the USA.
    Features
    Sage Green Full grain cowhide leather & 100% Nylon Cordura
    Height: 8" (Standard Military Height)
    - Weight: 27.20 oz
    - Midsole: TUFFKushion
    - Outsole: Vibram 1276
    - Composite Toe Meets ASTM F2412-05 & F2413-05 Standards
    This particular model is discontinued but sold for $150. I wore them a handful of times around the yard. Great condition"

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