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    Default Warner & Swasey 2A TURRET LATHE, 3-Jaw, 4-Jaw, Collet Head, Toolpost, many acc.

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    ONE USED - 2A WARNER & SWASEY Saddle Type Turret Lathe

    Model: M3470
    Serial Number: 2146295
    New: 1979
    21” Swing Over Bedways
    4.5” Spindle thru Hole
    Spindle Speeds from 16 to 1117 RPM
    Cross Sliding Turret
    Front Taper Attachment on Carriage
    4 Way Toolpost
    4 Flange Holders
    15” Diameter 3 Jaw Chuck
    Chip Pan
    20/40 HP 460 Volt Electrics
    Custom made full enclosure
    Many attachments included
    Hydraulic bar feeder
    2 Adjustable boring bar holders
    Includes collet head & drawer full of W&S collets
    Includes W&S 4 jaw chuck
    Machine manual

    Machine has always ran cutting oil

    This machine came out of Bethlehem steel, we have owned it over 20 years

    15,000


    Buyer is responsible for all freight charges.
    Please Call 978 922 0044 with any questions in regards to this machine.
    Ask for Dan
    Last edited by solidworkscadman; 02-19-2019 at 11:00 AM.

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    Dan, you may want to add a price to the listing.

    That's a young'n, I bet there's not a lot newer than from '79.

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    Bump

    price reduced to $8,000

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    $7,500

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    Not my ball game, but me thinks you gotta get in the SUB $4k range before you might see some interest.

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    Yea, look at Garwood's M4 Mazak machines for $4,000. A 98# weakling on one of those CNC machines will outproduce a big guy on the turret lathe, and won't go home at the end of the shift totally worn out.

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    im flexible but this thing is very well tooled up, and for the right person it is a great machine.

    you gona drive a 6" spade drill on that mazak, i dont think so

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    bump,

    going to drop to 6000

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    I really wish I needed this, but my baby #3 will have to do. You have been blowing out a bunch of cool stuff lately, and local to boot. Do you have any shears/punches or saws that you are selling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whetstone View Post
    I really wish I needed this, but my baby #3 will have to do. You have been blowing out a bunch of cool stuff lately, and local to boot. Do you have any shears/punches or saws that you are selling?
    do you have an email i can forward saome items im parting with? I have 40 years worth of machines and tooling

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    Quote Originally Posted by solidworkscadman View Post
    do you have an email i can forward saome items im parting with? I have 40 years worth of machines and tooling
    Ill send you a PM

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