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    Default Ikegai Tur-25 CNC lathe with Live tooling, 2.5 Bar, 10'' Chuck

    IKEGAI TUR-25 with live tooling
    s/n 50765
    Fanuc OT Control
    C Axis Live Tooling
    Manuals
    2.5" Bar Capacity
    3,150 Max RPM Spindle Speed
    27.55" z-Axis, 9.84" x-Axis
    12 Position Turret
    Kitagawa B-10 10" 3-Jaw Chuck
    11,000+ lb

    $5,800

    For an additional 1000 there is a chip conveyor

    Parts are still available through ecotech machinery

    Ikegai CNC Slant Bed Lathes

    Bevery, MA
    978 922 0044
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    No pics? You should know better. That and people are going to want to know how many live tool holders you have and what type.

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    On edit ...

    Regards.

    Mike
    Last edited by Finegrain; 05-15-2019 at 01:17 PM. Reason: Fixed it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finegrain View Post
    You sure you got those axis travels right?

    Regards.

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    Googling shows those machines able to make 27" long parts in all the for sale ads, past and present. I think he just has the numbers flipped.

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    will get back with the amount of tool holders and live toolholders available

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    It looks like it isn't wired up.

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    What are the power requirements? 240/480 amps?

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    We purchased this machine to replace one on our floor

    Our workload has changed, so this is moving.

    We put power to it, operates as normal

    220v

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    Your post is confusing:

    "if you also want a machine for parts nows your chance"

    That makes it sound like you are selling a machine that is only good to be cannibalized for spare parts.

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    ok,

    I also have a parts machine available

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    bump

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    Wish it was closer,the last machine rescue road trip nearly kilt me.

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    Heck of a deal.

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