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    Quote Originally Posted by rustytool View Post
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    Originally it was 440 volt but that has been centered punched out.
    When I got it it was 220 volt.
    I've had people asking how much wear there is in the ways like it is a brand new machine.
    When I put an indicator base on the carriage and the tip on the tailstock flat way it dips down .001
    up near the headstock. So I guess it's a clapped out piece of shit and I should just haul it to the dump.
    As long as it cuts straight who cares. Cool machine, GLWTS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikebuilder View Post
    Make a video of that thing running and making chips. Maybe do a two collar test.. post it here, youtube, Rivett groups (I assume there is one). Gotta be someone out of Spokane who wants that thing.
    Lots of people in Spokane want it.
    Have you ever been to Spokane ? Loserville. Nobody has any money.
    They all want a Duesenburg for the price of a Chevy Chevette with a blown head gasket and no muffler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustytool View Post
    Lots of people in Spokane want it.
    Have you ever been to Spokane ? Loserville. Nobody has any money.
    They all want a Duesenburg for the price of a Chevy Chevette with a blown head gasket and no muffler.
    Lol..Spokompton? Yeah been through many many times. All it takes is one normal guy..

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    Don't get me wrong. I love Spokane. I'd love to move there because the town I live in is even more loserville.
    And to be fair, I did sell My Holbrook to a guy in Spokane for $6500.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustytool View Post
    So I guess it's a clapped out piece of shit and I should just haul it to the dump.
    PM me long before you do that. I wish you the best with the sale. I'm hoping someone on the forum buys the lathe. I won't have room in my shop for a little while. But if it doesn't find a new home, PM/email me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustytool View Post
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    I've had people asking how much wear there is in the ways like it is a brand new machine.
    When I put an indicator base on the carriage and the tip on the tailstock flat way it dips down .001
    up near the headstock. So I guess it's a clapped out piece of shit and I should just haul it to the dump.
    I was stunned at some of the questions I was asked here when I was having a fire sale as I needed space when I switched from being an OEM to a job shop. I had dedicated machines for a product line the recession of 2008 killed off and did not need all the multiples any longer. I had a CNC Mill I was asking $1500 for and one guy asked if it would hold .0001s on position, another wanted a machine tech to inspect it and send him a report on my dime. I never listed another item here, I used Craigslist and E-bay. I think some guys are just tire kickers and others like to screw with people.

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    If I sell the Rivett I would like to replace it with something of equal quality with tooling.
    I figure that will cost at least $10,000 and probably a lot more.
    What are my choices ?
    Schaublin, Hardinge, Mori Seiki ?
    Maybe I'll just keep it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustytool View Post
    If I sell the Rivett I would like to replace it with something of equal quality with tooling.
    I figure that will cost at least $10,000 and probably a lot more.
    What are my choices ?
    Schaublin, Hardinge, Mori Seiki ?
    Maybe I'll just keep it.
    In Idaho? 'Just keep it" is probably what you do.

    If the 20" is a big show stopper, email me.

    Before I bought the 30" Cazeneuve, I was working on a trick to extend the 10EE's 'tween centers range, not steady-rest enhanced range.

    We might find you could do the same on the 1020s.

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    I came across someone selling a cauzenove in denver recently, i think its still for sale. I don't remember the model but
    supposedly it has some special spindle lock to cut splines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxim View Post
    I came across someone selling a cauzenove in denver recently, i think its still for sale. I don't remember the model but
    supposedly it has some special spindle lock to cut splines.
    Cazeneuve's are WEIRD.

    But like many things French, get used to them looking at the world from a different basis, and find more good weird than bad weird!


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    I'd love a French lathe.
    I've been looking for a Cazeneuve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxim View Post
    I came across someone selling a cauzenove in denver recently, i think its still for sale. I don't remember the model but
    supposedly it has some special spindle lock to cut splines.
    Not on Denver craigslist.
    Probably sold but can get the contact information ?

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    I sent the guy a message, its in greater denver somewhere. Maybe worth a day trip.

    I'm not sure if it was ever even on craiglist tbh, i talked to the guy about a month ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustytool View Post
    I'd love a French lathe.
    I've been looking for a Cazeneuve.
    PM has had some REALLY good guys do VERY useful threads on them. Well worth the read.

    Look for the special capstan tailstock. It is HOLLOW, has a fair-sized bore.

    Need to turn a feature on a long rod or tube? Run it through, mount a support bearing to the taper in the arse-end of the TS ram!

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    As it pertains to loading, here's my 10,000 lb. Monarch getting the "wrecker" treatment to get put in my shop. He also unloaded and gently set my K&T 2K (6500 lbs.) in the shop. The most difficult part of the lift and move for him was jacking the front of his wrecker high enough in the air to get his 30 ton boom under the 10 foot height of my shop door.

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    A 4X4 by the feet rod and lead screw to project the lifting strap and prevent it from bending anything is all that is needed. This is the recommended method for lifting lathes in the Monarch manual, and works great for me every time. Way safer than loading underneath with a forklift. No way for it to flip over, once you've found center of gravity.

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    Wrecker ? What wrecker ?
    There's no wrecker here. There's noting here except a 3500 pound forklift.
    I live in a middle of nowhere shit hole where the only thing people get excited about is when Pepsi goes on sale at the local white trash Safeway.
    Seriously, I knew a guy who said one of his coworkers had to leave early one day because Pepsi was going on sale that afternoon and she wanted to get there before it was sold out.

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    Tilt beds are everywhere.

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    So some body in Seattle or California can hire a tilt bed to pick it up here and deliver it to Seattle or Southern California ?

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    I looked it up, just out of curiosity. Suggest, if interested, the OP do a Google search for truck wreckers and rotators. I found four companies in Moscow, and more nearby. Just got to think a little outside the box- this is only a two ton lift. Not that heavy, just needs attention to balance and not damaging shafts, the bed, etc.

    Were it me, I’d lift it onto a prepped heavy timber crib that is thru bolted to the lathe bed and a bunch wider than the bed. Arrange timber spacing for forklift space both from headstock end and straight in from front. Gives more options for moving to the buyer.

    Were it not for covid keeping people from travelling I think that lathe would have sold already. Just need some patience...

    Regards,
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    Btw, was the Holbrook that you sold from Collector?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustytool View Post
    Wrecker ? What wrecker ?
    There's no wrecker here. There's noting here except a 3500 pound forklift.
    I live in a middle of nowhere shit hole where the only thing people get excited about is when Pepsi goes on sale at the local white trash Safeway.
    Seriously, I knew a guy who said one of his coworkers had to leave early one day because Pepsi was going on sale that afternoon and she wanted to get there before it was sold out.
    There is no way where you live could be more backward than Beaverdam Virginia and surrounding areas. Many businesses here that cater to the public don't have a web presence and advertise in the Yellow Pages. I am totally shocked when I find places I would have bought things from long after the fact as a web search did not turn them up. We are talking about things like trailers and shop equipment.


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