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    Exclamation FS- Myford MG-12 HPM cylindrical grinder.. with motherlode of accessories and tooling

    (if the price sounds high....maybe it is, time will tell.... but check out the "sistership" Machinery Values HPM on eBay.... if that one had original paint and accessories like this they would want $55,000+ probably...)


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    Wow,
    That is a great example. With the market today I would say you are in line. Nice !!

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    Pfff
    Did you learn that from Bakker
    But Myford grinders were not concidered high quality over here
    You needed to have eighter Kellenberger or Studer

    Peter

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    Nice.

    Wonder why Duracell would need a grinder in house like this?

    L7

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    Yes But its a obsolete machine (most if not all manual machines are obsolete I think ) At least for production
    In the past everything hard had to pass a grinder Not anymore with hard turning
    Only for high precision or real hard work you need a grinder But then you want a good one And a CNC
    I do not know the US market but here in the EU this would bring less then half
    Ask Martin Peitz He has a couple of them
    Accessories are nice to have but in many cases it is just change In this case it ads some value probably
    Still a nice machine though and I sure hope Milacron can sell it for that amount


    Peter

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    " Yes But its a obsolete machine".

    No sir,
    For low volume work this machine (with a proper grinder person) will outperform any CNC cylindrical grinder and hold same tolerances.

    I have a CNC Studer and Toyoda so I am speaking from experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmari --MariTool- View Post
    " Yes But its a obsolete machine".

    No sir,
    For low volume work this machine (with a proper grinder person) will outperform any CNC cylindrical grinder and hold same tolerances.

    I have a CNC Studer and Toyoda so I am speaking from experience.
    Buy the machine then if it outperforms your CNC Studer Or buy a conventional Studer.

    Proper person is the problem sure Certainly over here OD-ID grinders always were scarse Plenty of surface/profiel grinders though
    And no new apprentices for this kind of jobs So even if the machine is not obsolete the workforce for it is

    Peter

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    I already own a Myford. Great machine. We use it almost everyday for oddball stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter from Holland View Post
    Yes But its a obsolete machine (most if not all manual machines are obsolete I think )
    Besides this Myford, exceptions to that include Blanchard grinders and centerless grinders.

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    ....Sold...

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    Not surprised.

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