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    Default Lincoln IdealArc 400 w/ LN-7 feeder+stick,, Large T-Slot Table ,7.5hp phase converter

    All items in Longmont CO 80503, would prefer local pickup.
    Neighbor can load with a forklift


    -Lincoln IdealArc 400 welder with LN-7 feeder and Tweeco Eliminator Mig Gun. Has a multi process switch and about 25 (?) feet of stick welding lead and ground.
    3 phase machine. I got this to use as a power supply for a project. I believe it all works 100%.

    $5500

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    -Desco 7.5 HP Phase converter

    Mounted on a little skid of its own. Works great don't really need it.
    $600


    -Huge Cast Iron T-Slot Table. I think its about 800-900lbs of cast iron.
    Measures 24 x 18 inches and is 18 inches tall
    Would make a great coffee table too
    $700



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    I think your table is from a fixed table for a radial arm drill. Are there any identifying markings on the casting? I am looking for a universal table for my carlton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlquib View Post
    I think your table is from a fixed table for a radial arm drill. Are there any identifying markings on the casting? I am looking for a universal table for my carlton.

    Sent from my SM-N976U using Tapatalk

    I think its quite possibly from either a radial arm drill or some large boring/milling machine. I can't find any markings cast into it, unless there is some hidden on the bottom that I can't access.

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    lincoln DC-400 muiltiprocess welder | eBay

    Old transformer machines are a really tough sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garwood View Post
    lincoln DC-400 muiltiprocess welder | eBay

    Old transformer machines are a really tough sell.
    Yup....
    Used Lincoln Electric Lincoln Electric Dc-400 Welder | HGR Industrial...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garwood View Post
    lincoln DC-400 muiltiprocess welder | eBay

    Old transformer machines are a really tough sell.
    Thats kinda sad, they are still really expensive new and I like them.

    I suppose for that kind of money I'd be better off just keeping it.

    Build that battle ship I always wanted as a kid

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxim View Post
    Thats kinda sad, they are still really expensive new and I like them.

    I suppose for that kind of money I'd be better off just keeping it.

    Build that battle ship I always wanted as a kid
    Inverter welders have taken over. The 350 class of inverters go to 400+ amps with a reasonable duty cycle and are usually 100% duty at 300 amps. And they only weigh like 60 pounds, run on any voltage single or 3 phase.

    My Syncrowave 350 is a 1000 lb refrigerator and my XMT304 will basically do the same thing plus a ton of other neat stuff at 50 pounds.


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