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    Default FS: Brother TC-S2A-O

    I'm selling by Brother TC-S2A-O.

    Specs:
    Travels: X-27.5in, Y-14.17in, Z-10.6in
    Spindle: 10,000 RPM
    Number of tools: 14
    Tapping max RPM: 6000
    Helical Milling (Thread Milling): Yes
    Chip-to-Chip tool change time is 2 seconds.
    Taper: BT30
    Control: Brother A00
    Weight: 4100lb
    Year: 2000
    Voltage: 230v, 3ph
    Yuasa 170mm 4th axis included (not on the machine currently)
    All manuals

    Tooling and vises NOT included.
    Manual Pulse generator is included.

    $13,000

    I can load it on your truck or trailer.

    This machine runs great and is very reliable. The reason I am selling is because I bought another machine that is a generation newer to get more tooling and memory capacity. I have done a lot of upgrades to this machine while I've had it. The Y axis was in bad shape when I got it because the previous owner let the chips build up. Consequently the Y axis ball screw, linear bearings, servo motor, and thrust bearing have all been replaced. Additionally I put a new spindle in it because the old one had more run-out than I wanted. The current spindle has about .0001" runout with a Maritool check probe. Also the firmware has been upgraded to the latest version available for the A00 control and you can drip feed to this machine. I tested drip feeding but never used it.

    The machine is still completely supported by Yamazen with replacement parts.

    Despite being 20+ years old it is amazingly fast in just about every way.

    It will be about a month before it's available. Still running parts with it.

    If you have questions send me a PM.

    front-view.jpgside-view.jpgyuasa-4th.jpg

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    I really wish I had the need for another machine. This would look mighty nice sitting next to my S2B.

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    solid machine, will be better then any tormach....

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    I can’t seem to find a dimensional drawing of this machine. Do you know if it will fit through a standard 7’ garage door with the energy chain disconnected?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andybgood View Post
    I can’t seem to find a dimensional drawing of this machine. Do you know if it will fit through a standard 7’ garage door with the energy chain disconnected?
    It should no problem. If tight, just remove the Z axis motor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2outof3 View Post
    It should no problem. If tight, just remove the Z axis motor.
    Thanks for the info. I have been doing a ton of research for my first vmc; mainly fadal. I think this brother would be perfect for me but bad timing at the moment.

    Pete, if this is still available in a few months, then I will be very interested. Good luck in the meantime.

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    I’m m on vacation this week and part of next. At home I have some docs with overall dimensions. I can send you next week.

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    PM sent.

    too short

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    I did a walk around video just FYI

    August 14, 2021 - YouTube

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    This machine is sold.

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    Dang, I must have been too late.

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    Dang! Wish I had seen this, I need a 4th but it would be slick to have it on another machine. I could have run the small parts on it.

    DANG


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