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    Default Ramco CNC Mill

    Iím not sure what to ask, so open to suggestions.
    I know I spent a fair amount of money on it and moving/rigging it, tooling it up and upgrading the control. Iíd like to get as much as I can for it to help pay bills.
    Itís a good mill, I just donít have enough space. I will include the table extensions/covers; I removed them due to lack of space in my garage.
    I will include some tooling (holders and a vise)

    For sale is a 3 axis CNC Mill
    Runs fine off single phase or 3 phase!
    -Manuals/documentation
    -Box ways
    -Dynapath Delta 20 Convserational Control
    -graphics display
    -screen is in good condition
    -conversational control helps you build parts on the fly
    -RS232C port with DNC to drip from your CAM software, Fusion 360
    -5HP VFD driven BT40/CAT40 spindle
    -Under power and can be demonstrated
    -Good working condition
    -Nice milling machine, ready to be used!
    -Flexible/adjustable work light
    -Coolant system

    -I also have a Kurt vise and some CT40 tooling

    Video of simultaneous 3 axis interpolation:
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    -I'm also selling:
    -CT40/CAT40 tooling
    -a set of NMTB40 tooling
    -Lots of Mitutoyo, Federal, Brown and Sharpe calipers, indicators, micrometers, gages, ... gauge blocks, ...
    -Mitutoyo digimatic indicators
    -Haas ballscrews and linear bearings
    -NSK and THK ballscrews and linear bearings
    -Schneeberger crossed roller linear bearings, super heavy duty, brand new








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    Wow just about what I have been looking for. Why are all these machine in CA. Good luck I wish you were closer. Love the Dynapath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GWIZ View Post
    Wow just about what I have been looking for. Why are all these machine in CA. Good luck I wish you were closer. Love the Dynapath.
    Road trip! :-)

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    Any suggestions on what to ask?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpseguin View Post
    Any suggestions on what to ask?
    I would try completed sales on E-bay. What is a Ramco, never heard of one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    I would try completed sales on E-bay. What is a Ramco, never heard of one?
    From what I can tell, Ramco was an importer of machine tools. Looks like good quality machines.
    This CNC mill is good quality and I think Taiwanese.

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    Asking $5900 OBRO with vise and tooling.

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    Default Ramco CNC Mill

    Bump.
    Reducing price to $5500 or best reasonable offer.
    Includes tooling.
    I can help with moving it within 100 miles for $300 + gasoline cost.
    I don't have a forklift, but a trailer and pallet jack work well for moving it.
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