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    Default FS: Supermax 16VS mill (needs work)

    This mill used to have an old Anilam CNC 3 axis conversion kit mounted on it. The cnc control was not reliable, so I removed it and started converting it to a manual mill. I recently came across a good deal on a larger mill, so this one needs to go. I do not have time to finish it.

    To finish, it needs X and Y axis dials and handles. One end of the X axis ball screw will need to be turned down to allow the endcap / bearing assembly and dials to be mounted.

    The original head had many power feed parts removed to allow the Z axis cnc assembly to be mounted. That head was removed, and I found a complete, matching Supermax head on Ebay.
    That head runs fine, but the spindle has a rattle to it. I've used it for milling and drilling, but it does not leave a great finish when milling. It may need new bushings and / or bearings.

    It has box ways on the knee and Y axis that are in great shape.

    Here's what is included:

    -new Y axis bracket and bearing assembly from a Sharp mill
    -1 new X axis bracket / bearing assembly from a Sharp mill (I was planning to use a power feed on the other end)
    -new dial holders
    -new quill return spring
    -2 central lube systems. One for the table (X and Y) and one for the knee.
    -X and Y axis ball screws in good condition.



    I'm asking $1000 for everything. If you live within 2 hours of Milton, PA, I can deliver if you agree to pay for gas.


    btm

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    Here are a few pics:
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    Not sure why the photos are sideways and upside down. The original photos from my pc are not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by btm View Post
    Here are a few pics:
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    Not sure why the photos are sideways and upside down. The original photos from my pc are not.
    Your pics don't show up.

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    Cant see them here either.

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    I can see the last post's pictures.


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