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    Default FS Doall Bandsaw, Atlas 7B Shaper, 12” Pedestal Grinder, Rockwell Delta Tool/Surface

    I’ve decided to go a different direction with my shop and so I’m selling some of my machines.

    First up is a Doall V26 bandsaw. No blade welder. Replaced the blade guides, brand new blade, new tire on lower wheel. 3 phase. Air pump not working. My plan was to put in a new electric air pump. The table tilt ratchet mechanism was frozen when I got this machine. I ended up removing it. Table can still be tilted but must be loosened from the back of the machine to do so. $1200.





    Next is an Atlas 7B shaper in very nice condition. Has the original belt guards, vise, and handle. $1700.






    Next is a 12” pedestal grinder made by Standard Electrical Tool Company. It has two brand new wheels from McMaster. 60 and 120 grit. Wheels were $76 each. New dust hoses. Unit works well and is smooth. Beast of a grinder. $700













    And last is this Rockwell Delta Tool/Surface grinder. I bought this from a fellow member here who rebuilt it. After I got it I removed the original single phase motor and replaced it with a WEG 3 phase ($180) and a WEG VFD ($150). Both the motor and drive are brand new. Also replaced the pulley with a cast iron pulley from McMaster. New grinding wheel as well. I paid Miles $1200 for this machine prior to putting on the 3 phase motor and VFD. Selling for $1300.

    Here is a link to the original thread on this machine...
    FS: Rebuilt Delta Milwaukee Surface Grinder










    These machines are located in Magnolia, TX (north of Houston) in my climate controlled home shop. These will need to be picked up. I don't have the means to crate or ship. They are all under power and all can be inspected. Happy to take additional pictures or video and provide any additional information.

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    I'm interested in the shaper, depending on price

    Lee

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    Lee, $1700 for the shaper.

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    Too rich for me, thanks anyway

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    Surface grinder and pedestal grinder are sold.

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    That's a good price for a hobby shaper.
    Last edited by JS; 05-23-2020 at 11:18 PM.

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    I’ll take the Rivett.... lol. Glad your machines found a good home. They look to be in excellent shape.

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    I like that shaper! One of the few craftsman things my grandfather didn’t own. Still for sale? 1700 is way too much for me but if the price drops let me know. I’ve heard they can make anything except a profit

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    Quote Originally Posted by medsar View Post
    I’ll take the Rivett.... lol. Glad your machines found a good home. They look to be in excellent shape.
    LOL, that I’m NOT selling. .


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    Quote Originally Posted by Homebrewblob View Post
    I like that shaper! One of the few craftsman things my grandfather didn’t own. Still for sale? 1700 is way too much for me but if the price drops let me know. I’ve heard they can make anything except a profit
    It is still for sale. If I do drop the price will post it here.


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